SAN ANTONIO -- A bobcat was spotted in the Stone Oak area over the weekend.
The bobcat was drinking from a fountain on a woman's property in the "Estates at Champions Run" subdivision.
State wildlife officials think the drought may cause more wild animals to venture into residential neighborhoods. They say pet food should not be left out since a hungry bobcat may eat it.
You should also look for claw marks on trees because that may indicate a bobcat was in your yard.