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something to think about if you let your animals run loose in ag country it will be more fawns in town it will be even higher number of ferals

 

http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/releases/120329.html

http://www.scnaonline.org  Serama Council Of North America

You might as well expect rivers to run backwards as any man born free to be contented penned up.
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http://www.scnaonline.org  Serama Council Of North America

You might as well expect rivers to run backwards as any man born free to be contented penned up.
Chief Joseph
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Hmmmmm...........(cat) food for thought. My next door neighbor feeds all the feral cats and they come from everywhere to eat. They also mate at night, usually under the bedroom window rant.gifI like cats, but not 20+ pregnant females running amok with scarred up tomcats spraying pi$$ on the corners of my house. I swear, that urine smell penetrates the bricks. It almost makes me want to live trap some coyotes and turn them loose in the neighborhood. Gheesh.

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That's a very interesting read. Other articals posted here on BYC have shown that coyotes aren't the only animals making our pets into food. There was an artical not too long ago talking about a problem with urban coons hunting in packs and snatching peoples precious kitties away right in front of them. In my own area, were having an issue with bobcats killing and eating cats and small dogs. My neighbor recently had a bobcat come right up onto her porch and take a cat while she watched and screamed from behind her front door (she's got oodles of cats running around- I don't think I could begin to count them all hmm.png ). This is an issue that we've created for ourselves, and the wildlife will likely pay the ultimate price for our mistake. Thanks for sharing!
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coons and feral cats live in peace you can see 100s of them living together behind the parlement in ottawa the capital

 

 

i also see feral cats and foxes sharing shelter areas hiding out from coyotes inbetween houses under decks

 

 


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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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Foxes,cats possums,coons all get along here but when a yote or

 bobcat show up it will be hours befor the others return to the feeder,

even when my dogs run them off the feeder they come back just as soon as they know they are back at the barn.

 

“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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Coons and cats don't always live in peace
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,209746,00.html
This is just one of the links for many stories of raccoons killing peoples pets. It also says that the residents of that neighborhood stated that in previous years the coons and cats would get within feet of each other without any problems..
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