Asheboro, NC — For the first time since their arrival in North Carolina the public gets to see video of three cougar kittens, enjoying their second day at the N.C. Zoo. The animals are still in quarantine and will not be seen by zoo visitors for another few weeks. But today, a zoo video camera caught a glimpse at how the kittens are adjusting to their new home.

Bad weather interfered with reporters getting video of the cougars’ arriving Monday night.  Media outlets are welcome to use video from the link below or video posted on the North Carolina Zoo’s Facebook page.  This will be the only video available until the cougars are released from quarantine.

The zoo is an agency of the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural   Resources, John E. Skvarla, III, Secretary; Pat McCrory, Governor.