Morris! Time for din-din!!!

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24 Responses to Morris! Time for din-din!!!

  1. H says:

    Not real bright, is he.

  2. Handy N Hansom says:

    Dude’s lucky he wasn’t lunch.

  3. William Jefferson Clinton says:

    I like my cougars with a little less hair.

  4. Elmo says:

    That’s about the healthiest cat I’ve ever seen.

  5. Hillbilly says:

    15 meters…. I’d of nailed the kitty with my Tomahawk.

  6. SgtBob says:

    Dumbass. That is the look a house cat gives a mouse before leaping. Suggestion: Going into cougar woods, Take-A-Gun-of-Large-Caliber.

    • Elmo says:

      Hopefully, he was holding his iPhone in one hand and his 44 Mag Mountain Gun in the other.

      • Wirecutter says:

        And people used to wonder why I always strapped on my 41 when I was up in the mountains…

        • Elmo says:

          Handy to have if you chance upon a cartel grow, too.

          • Wirecutter says:

            I’ve stumbled across a couple of those early in the spring before the Pass opened. Don’t know if they were cartel grows, but they belonged to somebody for that purpose. Nobody leaves spaghetti tubing and barrels with bulkhead fittings laying around to water the manzanita.

      • crazyeighter says:

        Nuuuupe. He started off the narration by saying he didn’t have a gun.

        • Elmo says:

          That’s what I get for watching with the sound muted. Thanks for paying attention for me.

  7. Phssthpok says:

    It may be apocryphal wives-tale territory, but most hunters in the PNW area that I’ve spoken to swear by gluing fake eyeballs* to the BACK of their caps. Theory being that cougars are ambush predators and if they think they’re spotted/being watched, they’ll hold off attacking. This cougars behavior seems to support the theory at least somewhat…

    *some do the ‘half ping-pong ball’ with pupils drawn on, others do the oversized ‘googly’ eyes for the ‘motion’

    • Andy says:

      That’s true, forest workers in India where tigers are known to roam will wear realistic looking face masks on the backs of their heads to confuse the tigers and discourage attacks.

  8. Rob says:

    I got the impression that this guy didn’t have a cat at home…

  9. Patrick Rhodes says:

    They guy goes into the woods unarmed… I’d say that fella is pretty ignorant. Big cats, bears, and other assorted predators in my neck of the woods, so I’m always armed. That he lived to tell the tale is amazing .

  10. =TW= says:

    Apex predator vs. guy armed with a iphone. (Probably wearing crocs.)

  11. Jim says:

    Gawd what a dumbshit.

  12. Sanders says:

    On a cow elk muzzleloader hunt in Western New Mexico, the group I was with had just climbed up a hill to get a better vantage point to glass from. As I was resting and watching down a firebreak, I saw a couple mule deer does cross it down toward the bottom of the hill. About 30 seconds later, a mountain lion came stalking across right behind the deer. They all disappeared into thick juniper and pinyon trees. I don’t know if the cougar got his dinner or not.

  13. livintoride says:

    that’s why i take my scattergun with #4 buck with me every time i go outside after dark. last couple nights it was coyote blast in the yard and driveway. got 3 of the bastards last night. next time i see pussycat on the monitor it’s getting blasted too.

  14. warhorse says:

    they claim there are no mountain lions in NH. but I’ve seen tracks, (yes, I know the difference between a bobcat, lynx, and mountain lion) and I know people that have seen them. my mom says she saw one in her rear-view mirror cross the road behind her not more than a few miles from my house.

  15. J- says:

    Welcome to Canada, they take your guns and put you on the food chain.

  16. Aesop says:

    Darwin Award audition tape.
    Nicely done.

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