BURBANK, Calif. (KTLA) -- The public is being asked for help naming two mountain lion cubs rescued from under a parked car in Burbank last month.
The cubs were extremely malnourished when they were found on Dec. 21 in the 600 block of East Orange Grove Ave.
They weighed about five pounds each, and probably hadn't been fed in about two weeks, animal control officers said.
The cubs are doing much better now. They're being rehabilitated at Zoo to You, a nonprofit conservation organization in Paso Robles.
So far, the animals are being called simply "No. 1" and "No. 2."
But Zoo to You wants to give them names that reflect the cubs' connection to the Burbank area.
Some of the names suggested so far include: 'Olive' and 'Verdugo,' 'Disney' and 'Warner,' and 'Carson' and 'Doc.'
The suggestions will be narrowed down on Thursday.
For more information on the cubs, and to submit your suggestions, visit Zoo to You's Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/zootoyou?sk=info.
Help Name Mountain Lion Cubs Rescued in Burbank
Mountain lion cubs found under car in Burbank (KTLA-TV)