Good morning everyone! At last we found Luna! With one cub! The little female survived and is looking beautiful. We spent the whole evening with her while mom was patrolling the area. In general, leopards are relative quiet animals. When necessary, though, they do make some sounds, or vocalizations, to communicate with leopards or other animals. When female leopards are ready to mate, they make rasping growls to attract males. And that is exactly what Luna made last night, she was either calling the missing cub or attracting males! The cub is almost 9 months old, and will leave the mother in about 4 months or so. Her previous cub left her at the age of 13 months! Enjoy and see you tomorrow! Here is a picture of the cub!