SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A cat found injured in El Granada on Friday afternoon had wounds consistent with a mountain lion attack, San Mateo County emergency services officials announced Saturday.

Around 3 p.m. Friday, the house cat was attacked by a mountain lion on the street in the 400 block of Bridgeport Drive of the Clipper Ridge neighborhood, county emergency officials said.

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There were no reports of a mountain lion sighting, but a veterinarian who treated the cat determined it suffered wounds from a mountain lion attack, according to county emergency officials.

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Personnel from the state Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area have been notified, county emergency officials said.

The public is being asked to keep a watchful eye over pets and children due to a recent increase in mountain lion activity in the county’s rural and semi-rural areas, according to county emergency officials.

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