LOVELAND, Colo. (AP) - Colorado wildlife officials tell people near the Rocky Mountain foothills to keep an eye on their children and pets after a series of mountain lion sightings.
Donna Kendrick says she and a neighbor both saw a mountain lion recently in their back yards in west Loveland.
Kendrick told the Loveland Reporter-Herald on Friday the big cat saw her and "vanished like a ninja." Kendrick called the Colorado Parks and Wildlife department, where spokesman Jason Clay says wildlife managers are aware of the sighting.
Clay says Loveland-area residents reported mountain lions twice previously this year.
People have reported mountain lions six times this year in nearby Masonville.
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