Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Comes Home To Find A Surprise Visitor Behind Her Couch.

Nice Kitty!

Nice Kitty!

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Taylor wanted to scream, but knew this would be a bad idea as she stared into the eyes that were staring back at her. She froze as the cougar eyed her with suspicion. She started to sweat with fear, but she didn’t know what to do next. So, she began to back away, which the cougar didn’t seem to like. It growled even louder. It seemed as though it was taunting her as she considered her next move. But then, Taylor came up with something.

Cougar Dilemma

Cougar Dilemma

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Wild cats are common in Oregon, particularly where Taylor lives. Cougars have been sighted in the area all the time, but fortunately, no one had reported any attacks. But there’s a first time for everything, and she didn’t want to be the first case. But things didn’t look good for her now that the cougar was holding her against her will. Then, things got a whole lot worse when Taylor’s roommate arrived.

It Went Crazy

It Went Crazy

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Taylor’s roommate had pulled up to the driveway, but she found no comfort in this. She was afraid that her roommate would make a lot of noise, and that that cougar might react in an unexpected way. Then, Taylor’s roommate walked in and she screamed when she noticed that there was a cougar in the living room. But she didn’t wait. She simply closed the door and ran. This upset the cougar, but Taylor was still in the room with it.

Against All Odds

Against All Odds

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The cougar was in a corner and Taylor realized that the odds were not in her favor. She could have run, but it would have come after her, and she knew she was no match for the wild animal. Even as her anxiety grew, she managed to suppress her fear. She realized that she had to use her brain, and not her legs, to get out of this in one piece. So, Taylor decided to try a tactic that wasn’t just risky. It was totally unthinkable.

Way Too Close

Way Too Close

Lauren Taylor / Facebook

Taylor quieted her nerves and decided that keeping a cool head was the best way to get out of this difficult situation. Besides, she knew that wild animals could sense fear, which is why she did her very best to give off the illusion that she was completely calm. But this was easier said than done, especially since she had a 140-pound cougar looking at her like she was the last ham sandwich in hungry town. Then, the animal started to move.

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