ts head. Then, last week, a puncture wound was discovered on the foreleg of Zazu, a 19-year-old lion at the Serenity Springs animal sanctuary. After a veterinarian determined that the wound was most likely caused by a bullet, the sanctuary staff called the sheriff’s office. The lion had been apparently shot more than a week before, around Aug. 25 or 26, said Lt. Jeff Kramer, spokesman for the sheriff’s office. The wounded lion was reported on Sunday.
“We don’t have any information available to us right now to suggest they are connected,” Kramer said Tuesday of the shootings. “We’ve taken all the cases and r