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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by NYboy, Jun 10, 2011.
3x a cougar has been spotted in Greenwich Conn. DEC claims there are none in wild has to be a pet.
Whats her name? Is she under 45. On the prowl cougars!!
Just Kidding...be safe up that way!
We have spotted a mountain lion in Oxford, CT.
Okay, so even if it's a pet, I think that a cougar on the loose is still probably not all that safe...
I doubt the DEC would know for sure that there are no wild couger in Conn. or mountain lions either.How could they possibly know that for a fact in a big state like Conn.? It wouldn't take much for a big cat to walk acorss a state line into Conn.IMO....
they have been spotted up here in the northeast corner aswell they always said we dont have them in our state.the also used to say we dont have black bear an we dont have fisher cats but we all know that wasn't true either.keep your eyes out an stay safe.
One of them was hit by a car.
Quote:LOL! It's important to know how to behave around hungry cougars...always light her cigarette, buy her a Sea Breeze or a Ramos Fizz and don't use your real name. Safety first!
About 3 years ago my father and I found a huge cat track in back of his house in R.I.