GRIFFITH PARK, Calif. (KABC) -- The most famous furred resident of Los Angeles was celebrated during the annual "P-22 Day Festival."
The free event honored the famed mountain lion that roams Griffith Park. There was a photo booth featuring pictures of P-22, art activities for kids inspired by P-22 and information about wildlife conservation efforts.
Besides celebrating P-22, the festival was meant to focus on how people in Los Angeles can coexist peacefully with wildlife.
P-22 was born in the Santa Monica Mountains and made the trek to his current home in Griffith Park by crossing the 405 and 101 freeways.
Los Angeles' most famous furred resident celebrated during annual P-22 Day Festival