– If you see a mountain lion do not try to get closer for a better look. A mountain lion attacked and killed a dog out on a walk, its owner cowering in a cabin until deputies arrived to find the lion eating the dog, and shot it. After attacking two dogs, the animal has stayed in the neighborhood and has been spotted walking down streets and lounging on lawns. I am afraid of lions, and I don't even like to look at them, especially close up pictures of them. It depends on the lion. I had a dream about many things but the only thing I remember is seeing a lion attack a dog around it neck. They don’t eat every day, although they have often been observed hunting on days they don’t eat. Disease has spread from village animals to the lions’ prey animals, and, in the case of the 1994 distemper outbreak that started in domestic dogs, to the lions themselves. Most dogs will run away from lions; but that might mean that as they return to their owner a lion could be in pursuit. A mountain lion paid a new visit to a Simi Valley neighborhood early Friday, a day after a woman tried in vain to pry her dog from the big cat’s maw after it attacked her pet. This is all I remember from the dream. The dog was the size of an adult golden retriever. Unfortunately for our canine friends, Cats are just better built for a fight. https://www.metacafe.com/watch/6472561/video_wild_lions_eat_man_alive There are documented cases of males killing cubs that aren’t their own and eating the bodies afterward. A mountain lion in Simi Valley is worrying residents. Mountain Lions: Attack Man, Eat Human, Attack Dogs, Unafraid Ammoland Inc. Posted on January 6, 2020 January 6, 2020 by Dean Weingarten Picture by Caldwell family, with permission. It looked as if the lion was try to eat the dog as the dog was try to run away. In a 1 on 1 fight, no dog on Earth comes close to defeating one of these big cats. Lions, being denizens of open country simply don’t have the luxury of being able to hide or shelter the food. Mountain lion killed after attacking, eating dog near Cascade By Nicole Blanchard.