Hi, this is my first thread (besides my introduction), and the main reason I'm here. A predator is attacking my flock! I lost five chickens, two guinea fowls, and one muscovy duck. I initially thought some stray dog was killing them, but yesterday I spotted a "gato-do-mato" or "jaguatirica" (that's how we call them, I don't know their English names) roaming near my farm, it's a relatively small feline, but much larger than domestic cats, and with a more "wild" color pattern, their fur is kinda similar to the one of a leopard or a jaguar. I have a dog, and he used to keep predators at bay, but he's almost 16 years old now. He spends most of his time sleeping and is partially deaf. He can't do anything against these wild invaders anymore. I don't want to kill the feline, because it's of an endangered species, but it can overcome all my lines of defence! What should I do?