This photo provided by Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital shows, Dr. Roger Hancock treats a bobcat at the Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Monroe, Wash. The bobcat wandered onto the grounds of Washington ... more 
This photo provided by Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital shows, Dr. Roger Hancock treats a bobcat at the Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Monroe, Wash. The bobcat wandered onto the grounds of Washington state's largest prison and climbed onto a roof, where it was shot with a tranquilizer gun Tuesday, July 17, 2012, officials said. The animal was being treated for cuts it apparently suffered from some razor-wire fencing at the Monroe Correctional Complex, about 30 miles northeast of Seattle, prison spokeswoman Susan Biller said. It will be released back into the wild. (AP Photo/Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital) less 
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Tue, Jul 17, 2012 1:00 PM EDT