Brave bastards

Coyotes coming into the neighborhoods during the SoCal fires.


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14 Responses to Brave bastards

  1. S.B. says:

    They know they’re safe with all the gun laws there

  2. Allen says:

    If it were Tennessee they’d be SOL.

  3. Bud says:

    Scarfing up any pets left behind. the looters will be along presently…

  4. Greg B says:

    Hell, I’ve seen them in my neighborhood.
    And I’m in Irvine. Granted, we’re pretty close to the hills here.

    • Elmo says:

      Those guys above look a lot healthier than the ones in my rural State of Jefferson neck of the woods. I’m guessing it’s a steady diet of Fluffy and Fido that explains that.

  5. bogsidebunny says:

    Maybe they’ll feed on the population of Hollywood Liberals and homos and help California get back to what it was 180 years ago. .

    • POd American. says:

      Coyotes normally don’t feed on carrion brains….that’s what the shit-eating buzzards are for.

  6. Paul says:

    Shore won’t work that way here in Texas
    Paul in Texas

  7. Sabre22 says:

    They are also looking for lunch. too bad they are so close to the buildings other wise gun laws or not they would be dead and skinned

  8. WoodBurner says:

    Any port in a storm.

  9. Griffin says:

    An old long barrel .22 would be nice and silent with an old towel wrapped around the muzzle… just saying!

  10. Aesop says:


    I’m in Califrutopia, and I’d have bagged one or all of them, dragged them into the garage to skin, and no one the wiser. They’re not endangered in any way, and all you’re doing is saving some cat lady a couple of cats. They’ll be replaced with a fresh litter of pups by springtime, as it is.

    If we weren’t supposed to shoot ’em, they wouldn’t have such spiffy pelts.

    As a bonus, you can drop the carcasses off in the hills, and feed the turkey vultures too.

    Or so I hear.

    Onliest reason a large one free-ranging in suburbia t’other night didn’t get collected was that by the time umm, er, someone returned with a 10/22, it had scampered out of finding.

    With the fires laying waste to square miles of habitat, they’ll either starve or be snacking on poodles all winter anyways, so it’d be a bit kinder to cull the herd now, and nip that problem in the bud. Nearby packs will filter in as soon as the grass grows back, and none the worse for the wear and tear.

  11. we have no fires in youngstown yet we see plenty of their cousins, walking right down the street, exuding alpha confidence.

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