Male | Born April 2013 | Alive
The only male in the 2013 litter of four birthed by P-13 to P-12, P-30 was later captured in February 2016. He roams the central Santa Monica Mountains, avoiding the other adult males in the range.
He is suspected of fathering P-54. Researchers documented him and his half-sibling P-23 traveling together for three days and then, approximately 90 days later, saw a series of localized GPS locations, indicating that P-23 had recently given birth. If genetic testing confirms that P-30 is the father, it would the first documentation of him fathering kittens.