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Snowbell came to us in the year 2005. He was found in a state where he was completely starved and emaciated. I yet remember seeing all his ribs from a good distance and his pelvic bones too. The doctors had given up on him and told me he should be euthanized. But to me, the unique design on Snowbell’s face brought reminiscence of the Mountain Lion and I visualized how handsome would he have looked had he been healthy.

So we gave him a lot of love, care and food and tonics to build his immune system. Gradually he started improving and putting on weight. Now posing right there on the Chair is my Mountain Lion giving a superb look into the camera – as if to say ..dont  I look handsome!! Six to eight months later, Snowbell was healthy, playful and could not be recognized from the state we found him in.

He is our Handsome Mountain Lion !  

- Written by Priya Shindurnikar