The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says it believes it has killed the cougar answerable for an assault on Tuesday that left a lady in hospital with critical accidents.
The service’s predator assault workforce positioned two wholesome, juvenile male cougars close to the place the assault came about on a property west of Agassiz, about 110 kilometres east of Vancouver.
The service says the animals couldn’t be relocated, as a result of risk they posed, and each had been killed.
It says it understands that individuals might really feel passionately in regards to the animals and their well-being, however its focus is on public security.
The sufferer in Tuesday’s assault stays in hospital, however the service says she is now in steady situation.
A collection of cougar sightings and assaults on canines earlier this spring within the Port Moody space of Metro Vancouver led to at least one cougar being caught and euthanized.