Charles Dye dragged his wife and one year old son to the other side of the world and asked them to live in Mongolia with him for three months, just for the chance to find and film one of the rarest species of cat on the planet. So far they’ve endured freezing temperatures, ridden for days through inhospitable terrain, washed hundreds of diapers and there has been no sign of a snow leopard. Until now… Will the Dye family finally see Elvis? Can Charles repair one of the remote sensor cameras to capture a fleeting glimpse of this amazing animal? Find out in the final installment of “A Cat Called Elvis.”
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