Surveillance Video Appears To Show A Bobcat In West Scranton High Animal control was called and they discovered a house cat. The Clouded Jack is an experimental breed that resembles a bobcat. This one had a microchip, which allowed shelter staff to find its owners.

Surveillance Video Appears To Show A Bobcat In West Scranton High

Surveillance Video Appears To Show A Bobcat In West Scranton High

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Animal control was called and they discovered a house cat. The Clouded Jack is an experimental breed that resembles a bobcat. This one had a microchip, which allowed shelter staff to find its owners.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Authorities at a Pennsylvania high school used caution. Surveillance video appeared to show a bobcat in the building, so they evacuated. Animal control crept in and discovered a house cat. The clouded jack is an experimental breed that resembles a bobcat. This one had a microchip, which let shelter staff reunite him with his owners. The whole episode could seem embarrassing until you recall how vicious some house cats can be. It's MORNING EDITION.

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