- The incident which was captured on CCTV and shared on social media, has gained viral attention.
- In the video there is a leopard is seen stealthily approaching a peacefully sleeping dog on a home’s front porch at night.
- The leopard patiently waits for the opportune moment to attack, while the oblivious dog remains unaware of the imminent danger.
Imagine you are having a peaceful nap on your porch, dreaming of bones and belly rubs, when suddenly you feel a sharp pain in your neck and realize you are being dragged away by a hungry leopard. That’s exactly what happened to a street dog in India who had the most terrifying wake-up call ever. Watch this wild leopard attack a dog below!
The shocking incident was captured on CCTV and shared on social media, which has since gone viral. The video (make sure you check it out below) shows a leopard stealthily approaching a dog sleeping on the front porch of a home at night. The big cat waits patiently for the right moment to strike while the dog remains blissfully unaware of the danger lurking nearby.
Then, in a flash, the leopard pounces and grabs the dog by the neck, hoping for an easy meal. But thankfully (for the dog, not the leopard), the canine manages to wriggle free and escape with its life. The video ends with a totally shocked dog and the leopard running off into the pitch-black night.
Leopards Attacking Pets
This is not the first time that a leopard has attacked a sleeping dog in India. In fact, there have been several similar incidents reported in the past few years, where leopards have strayed into human-dominated areas and preyed on dogs. Experts say that leopards are opportunistic hunters who can adapt to different environments and food sources. They also say that habitat loss, human encroachment and depletion of natural prey are some of the reasons why leopards come into conflict with humans and their pets.
So, next time you see a dog snoozing on your porch, make sure to check for any unwanted visitors before you disturb its slumber. You never know when a leopard might be lurking around! Of course, that really only applies if you live in a place where leopards hang out in the first place!
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