The Utah Hicker was stuck by Cougar for 6 minutes when he took a slow backup.

Kyle Burgess started recording what those bobcats were, but was stockpiled for 6 minutes by a female mountain lion, he told Desert News.
Her video shows Burgess walking up to the little cats on the trail in Slate Canyon near Provo and then nowhere does mom run. Burgess gives her a few words of choice and then she starts to walk in the opposite direction, hoping to scare the big cat.

“Get away! I’m big and scary!” Burgess says among the exploits. “What’s up dude? Nice and slow.”

The invaded cat continues to follow Burgess for the next six minutes, while Burgess screams and growls at the animal.

“Well, this is when I (Explative) die.” “Come on, dude. I don’t feel like dying today.”

Throughout the video, Burgess did not retreat from the animal as she continued to lunge with him and keep squealing at him. Finally, he threw a stone at the mountain lion and she ran away, relieving him in the clear.

“Wow, it just happened,” Burgess said in the camera mera when he could finally relax. “I’m really somewhat quiet. Yeah, he’s not going back that way.”

Burgess told the newspaper that when he got back to his car there was no sign of mom and her chicks, and he was not injured after the scary ordeal.

“My emotions were messing up.” “So it was kind of … ‘Well, that’s one of the two ways. What will be the result?’

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources posted the video on its Facebook page with a warning: “Utah is a cougar country!”

The post has the following instructions, you should have such an encounter.

  1. Off. Never run from the car and do not go near the car.
  2. Maintain eye contact with the animal
  3. Tall ncha .bha
  4. Do not crouch or sit
  5. Extend yourself by raising your arms or jacket over your head
  6. Slowly speak loudly and leave the field
  7. Pick up children and pets or keep them very close
  8. Fight back if you are attacked! Protect your head and neck

Cougars are a protected species in Utah. They are usually shy.