Surreal Cougar Attack

Acrylic on Wood, 12x12 inches (14x14 inches framed)

During the summer of 2012, Mother Nature's cupboards were bare, and her wells were running dry.  So cougars had to get creative about where to find their next meal.

Slipping through a back door, this starving cougar caught sight of opportunity. It had been days since he'd eaten, his stomach was a constant knot of pain, driving him forward and pushing him to take chances that would have once seemed too risky.

The woman sat, doe-like, unaware of his presence in her living room.  Her meaty thighs made him salivate; he ran his tougue over his lips as his eyes lingered on her arms and her small shoulders.  The urgency in his stomach pressed him on. Hurry!  He crouched, tail flicking behind the couch.

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