Remember the mountain lion found in Monrovia with burned paws last fall?
The cougar was spotted on a wildlife camera in the San Gabriel Mountains last weekend, and these new pictures appear to show her doing very well.
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The big cat was rescued by the Cougar Conservancy during the Bobcat Fire last September.
Her burned paws were treated using fish skin -- and she was eventually released, becoming the first cougar to be rescued, rehabilitated and released back into the wild in California history.
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