Puma threatens her animals
Meghan and Harry need to secure their luxurious mansion
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live in a dream villa in Montecito, California, but now Puma is messing around. The animal is said to sneak around the couple’s home and threaten their animals.
Prince Harry, 37, and Duchess Meghan, 41, rescued some chickens during the pandemic, lovingly caring for them and now living a life of luxury. But poultry is now in danger, and so are the dogs of the royal family.
The Sussexes are warned that a cougar is roaming their luxury home in Montecito. The predator was caught by surveillance cameras snooping on residents’ trash cans just five miles from the family’s home.
Constant drought pushes predators into populated areas
Experts believe the pumas, which tend to stray from humans and live in the forests and mountains around the California site, are making their way into populated areas due to the ongoing drought. In search of food and water. The authorities instructed Harry and Meghan to secure their 14 million Swiss francs property.
“We want all local residents to secure their homes, chicken cages, and any other animals they have,” said Sharon Byrne, executive director of the Montecito Association, in a statement. “Chickens can be a quick and easy source of food for hunted animals, so they need protection.”
It also recommends that residents close their litter boxes, turn on night lights and activate alarm systems to scare off animals.
“Mountain cougars are solitary animals and ultimately don’t want to be around humans, so hopefully this animal will move on its own,” Byrne said.
Meghan and Harry’s chickens are celebrities. The little flock appeared in the duchess’s 2021 children’s book ‘Our Bank’, and also made a major appearance in the couple’s scandalous interview with talk show icon Oprah Winfrey (68). (grb)
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