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post #131 of 145
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Originally Posted by pdbantam 

soooooooooo... this was on a friend's game cam in Stone County a few weeks ago.  What do you think it is?

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/99893_392652_296994130333036_100000673557540_939853_893636163_n.jpg


It looks like it's wearing sunglasses (or a mask)....  and a fur coat.  A well dressed cat burgular? Hollywood starlet? Elvis? How many guesses do we get?

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post #132 of 145

Well....I'm not saying it is one, BUT....

My husband swears one crossed the road in front of him a few years ago. I've also heard what seemed to be one on at least three occasions. I know there are other animals that sound similar, but I've heard my share of foxes, owls, etc. out here in the country. We have plenty of deer out here to provide food for a panther. Hm....hu

post #133 of 145

I vote CAT! house cat

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post #134 of 145

Not sure if someone already said this and I missed it but, I think it is so funny that the article says people are going to lock their doors.  lol  Do they think the "panther" will come in the front door if it isn't locked?!

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post #135 of 145
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Originally Posted by PamB 

Not sure if someone already said this and I missed it but, I think it is so funny that the article says people are going to lock their doors.  lol  Do they think the "panther" will come in the front door if it isn't locked?!


I think they always knock first.

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I live on 7.5 acres in the western Catskill foothills where I have a 3200 sq.ft veggie garden, 100-plant blueberry patch as well as strawberry and raspberry patches, 4 cats and over 4 dozen chickens: Black Stars, RIR's,  EE's, Brown leghorns, BR's, Buff Orpingtons, Black Australops (including one very happy EE rooster) plus 16 guinea fowl. I've been keeping chickens since I was in high school...



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post #136 of 145

lau  Good to know!! 

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Originally Posted by woodmort 
Quote:
Originally Posted by PamB 

Not sure if someone already said this and I missed it but, I think it is so funny that the article says people are going to lock their doors.  lol  Do they think the "panther" will come in the front door if it isn't locked?!


I think they always knock first.

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post #137 of 145

My father accidentally locked a mountain lion in the garage the Friday after Thanksgiving. He got a surprise when he started his car and it poked it head out from behind the sacks of seed and fertilizer by the shelving. At least we dont think it let itself in.

post #138 of 145

never mind.



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Edited by chickened - 12/10/11 at 9:39pm
post #139 of 145
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Originally Posted by PamB 

lau  Good to know!! 

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Originally Posted by woodmort 
Quote:
Originally Posted by PamB 

Not sure if someone already said this and I missed it but, I think it is so funny that the article says people are going to lock their doors.  lol  Do they think the "panther" will come in the front door if it isn't locked?!


I think they always knock first.



That might make a good movie "the Panther always knocks Twice." Should be rings, actually.

post #140 of 145

I am surprised the SO didn't go to where the picture was taken to get a scale comparison, that is the basic thing to do, however some of the weeds plants look familiar, and given the max height, I would go with cat.

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