Dale Anderson and Wendy Debbas joined the show in studio to talk about the tragic death of 24-year old intern Dianna Hanson. Hanson died March 6 by a lion attack at the Cat Haven in Dunlap in the Fresno County mountains.
Anderson trained Hanson himself, and felt she was very professional. Anderson says he is frustrated with reports of a faulty door. He says Dianna left the door in the open position, likely by mistake. Reports that Dianna was on her cell phone and the lion opening the door were untrue. He says that Dianna made a mistake and that shouldn't ruin her reputation.
Debbas also confronts rumors that the lion "played" with the body and mauled Hanson. She refutes those claims as well.
Anderson said he was inspired to build Cat Haven when he saw a mountain lion in his school as a child. He wanted to bring wild animals to Fresno County. It is a world of difference between showing a student a picture of a cheetah and encountering one up close.
What happened on Shaw Avenue today? A contractor punctured a gas line early this morning. Mistakes happen, but don't these people know where the lines are? Damage caused will close down the road until Saturday morning.
Wayne LaPierre spoke at CPAC today. He was right on.
How would Ronald Reagan react to North Korea's nuclear threats? Even Harry Truman wouldn't take it. One more outburst from you, and that's it for you North Korea. Do these ground-based missile interceptors make you feel safe?
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