Cougar captured in Grafton

Ministry of Natural Resources officials captured a wildcat last night in a live trap.

CTV News

Police say that a cougar has been captured in Grafton, Ontario.

The wildcat had been spotted in people's backyards and driveways the past couple of days.

The animal was finally caught Friday night, unharmed, in a live trap. Officials say they used a whole chicken and T-bone steak as bait.

The cougar has been taken to an appropriate facility where it will be assessed and a new home found for it.

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