Here kitty, kitty, kitty…

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10 Responses to Here kitty, kitty, kitty…

  1. SgtBob says:

    Wild things gonna be wild. And hungry.

  2. Elmo says:

    Do you suppose we could train those critters to start picking off Democrat politicians instead of housecats?

    • Andrew says:

      Nope, there’s just some things that big cats won’t touch.

      Carrion and other filth? That’s for wolves and coyotes

  3. Just a Chemist says:

    That was just about brutal. I hate cats, but not that much.

  4. California southpaw says:

    And just like that the cat stopped pissing on my tires.

  5. Bad_Brad says:

    I’ll go out on a limb here ant predict the next human killed by a Mountain Lion will occur in El Dorado or Placer Counties in Northern California. We are thick with them, and the idiots moving up from the Bay Area think they are pets.

    • Wirecutter says:

      The entire northern Sierras are thick with them and the Bay Area idiots are the reason hunting them was outlawed back in the late 80s. Shortly afterwards, the lion population exploded, they lost their fear of humans and then the fun began.

      • pigpen51 says:

        Here in Michigan, the DNR for years said that we had no cougars, and that people who said otherwise, were fearmongers or the like. Too bad that trail cams became not only popular, but affordable. Now, the DNR admits that we have them, but tries to say that the population is sparse and that because their range is so large, that is why people are seeing them in so many diverse places.
        Sorry, DNR, but when you stick to science, you are fantastic. It is when you slip over into the political realm that you screw up. Just because you are afraid that the biggest domestic sale item in Michigan, namely tourism, will be hurt if you admit that we have critters that will eat you, by saying otherwise doesn’t make it the truth.
        I thought that even the government would recognize that fact by now, after seeing the liberals try to call day, night and black, white, with no corresponding change in the truth.

    • California southpaw. says:

      We’re seeing them on the American River Bike Trail, a.k.a. the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail. Pedal hard, roadies! Haha.

  6. Drew in Michigan says:

    One day your killing chipmunks the next day your the chipmunk

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