Observing the Untamed New American Cougar
Only one thing will satisfy this fierce feline’s voracious sexual appetite; a strapping young cub.
Frequent sightings of the New American Cougar are occurring more often now in urban areas. Discover fascinating techniques in how cougars hunt. Find out why they “catch and release” their victims and continue the ongoing pursuit for prey for the mere sport of it. They are extremely territorial, especially around other cougars and pumas. Read further as we explore the wild habitat and lifestyle of this marvelously exquisite creature.
Domestic by day and feral by night, the New American Cougar may linger in your neighborhood – watching, waiting for the perfect moment to pounce on her ensuing prey. She will spend hours grooming herself, and then go out on the prowl during the night. She knows exactly what she wants and will stop at nothing to get it. The fierce feline is hungry, and only one thing will satisfy her voracious appetite; a strapping young cub.
The unsuspecting male wanders innocently into the room, unaware of the cougar’s ravenous eyes upon him. She tenaciously stalks the fresh meat; watching, waiting for the perfect moment to seize her next victim. Suddenly she moves in for the attack, as he has no idea what hit him. Compliant with her demands, she drags him off to her lair where she toys with his submissive nature and indulges in his primal ambitions. He doesn’t seem to mind at all, if fact he has the time of his life!
A Cougar is also known as a MAB (middle-aged babe) or MILF (um… watch the movie American Pie to decipher that acronym). They are attractive older women, between 45 and 65 years old who prefer the sexual company of younger men under 25. Cougars are usually divorcees, financially stable, and take good care of themselves. They are sexy, seductive, and alluring to young men who are willing to satisfy their sexual desires. Pumas are similar to cougars, however slightly younger – between 30 and 45.
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