CHATWORTH ( — For the first time in months we’re getting our first look at P-50 which the Department of Fish and Wildlife lost track of until Friday.

The young mountain lion was tranquilized after it showed up at a nursery in Chatsworth.

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“To think there’s a big cat nearby.  It’s concerning.  At the same time, kind of expected,” Kevin Castro, of Paradise Nursery, said.

On Facebook, Fish and Wildlife said P-50 surfaced just south of the 118.

That’s the same freeway where P-50’s mother was struck and killed by a car in December. Stoney Point Park is just yards from the 118.

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“Obviously something that rare, it’s incredible, you want to see. It’s also scary especially with small children,” Chatsworth Resident Jeremy Warburdon said.

The mother mountain lion was called P-39. She had three kittens, two of which are believed to be dead after they too were hit by cars.

P-50 is the only surviving member of the family.

Back at Paradise Nursery  Kevin Castro says the hills around Chatsworth may be home to a lot of wildlife.But he’s seen plenty of animals show up here for one reason.

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“Wildlife is going to come out and try to find the water sources.  Here at the nursery we leave the sprinklers on for half an hour at a time,” Castro said.