Monroe Washington. A bobcat that entered inside a Washington state prison on Monday and suffered razor cuts from the barbed wire is going to survive.
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish spokeswoman Charlotte Graebea said the bobcat has been stitched up and the prognosis is outstanding.
Officials at the Monroe Correctional Complex said the bobcat was seen at the prison grounds late Monday. It got scared for some strange reason and climbed through razor wire to reach the top of the special offenders building.
Roger Hancock a veterinarian for the Pilchuck hospital shot the bobcat with a tranquilzer on Tuesday. The bobcat will sent back to the wild.
News sources Yahoo news and Associated Press.