Escaped Bobcat From Lehigh Valley Zoo Forces Festival Attendees Inside As The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa., reports, zoo officials believe no one attending the beer festival was in danger. It's just that noisy humans make it harder to catch a bobcat.

Escaped Bobcat From Lehigh Valley Zoo Forces Festival Attendees Inside

Escaped Bobcat From Lehigh Valley Zoo Forces Festival Attendees Inside

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As The Morning Call in Allentown, Pa., reports, zoo officials believe no one attending the beer festival was in danger. It's just that noisy humans make it harder to catch a bobcat.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Roles were reversed at the Lehigh Valley Zoo in Pennsylvania. Humans attending a beer festival had to be corralled and moved indoors because a bobcat escaped. As the Allentown Morning Call reports, zoo officials believe no one was ever in danger. It's just that noisy humans make it harder to catch a bobcat. Whether Shishka the bobcat thought it would be funny to mess with revelers enjoying craft beer in her space, a zoo official simply said bobcats make their own decisions. It's MORNING EDITION.

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