ya got a new trap to day

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by jimmythechicken, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. jimmythechicken

    jimmythechicken Songster

    Jun 8, 2010
    mansfield
    my sisters boyfriend just droped of a super trap for me i can catch coyotes or even people in it.[​IMG]
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  2. Sonoran Silkies

    Sonoran Silkies Flock Mistress

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    Quote:Oh, yeah! I can just see setting it inside one of those huge dog doors that you occasionally hear about people breaking into a house through! "Oh look honey! We caught us a two legged varmint while we were out!"
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  3. jimmythechicken

    jimmythechicken Songster

    Jun 8, 2010
    mansfield
    tried to get the kids to sit in it for a pic.lol
     
  4. NanoByte

    NanoByte In the Brooder

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    Lol, war on coyotes
     
  5. D'Angelo N Va.

    D'Angelo N Va. Songster

    Dec 28, 2009
    That's a really nice trap...hope it works for you and keeps your animals safe...
     
  6. bella1210

    bella1210 Songster

    Jul 10, 2010
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    *This forum is for dealing with predators and pests. Period.

    *If information is graphic, please note it in the subject line of your post so members can make a decision whether they want to open the thread or not. If you choose to open a thread with said warnings, it is not BYC's responsibility when you are offended.

    *Dealing with predators and pests is not always pleasant. Although sometimes hard to do, please be as sensitive as possible when explaining procedures and results. Some younger members and/or squeamish adults will appreciate it.

    *Although some ways are not considered ideal to some, it serves the purpose of removing the offending predator. If you have an idea or a helpful comment, please do reply. If it is a sarcastic comment about the disposal or capture of a predator, please keep your thoughts to yourself. We are not here to judge one another on methods or ways and means.

    *That being said, please do not gloat or suggest torturous ways of killing for pleasure or indeed, post in such a way that your predator control can be construed as pleasure killing instead of simply taking care of a problem.

    *Compassion will go a long way toward helping to educate and help solve someone's predator problem. No matter the reason, most members' birds are their pets and being a chicken doesn't make it less of a pet than a house cat or companion dog. Please don't lecture or hassle anyone about their losses. Glass houses......

    *If you wish to suggest an alternate non lethal means of control, please share it in a non judgemental way that is a viable solution and not merely complaining about who was here first etc, IF it is directly related to the OP's request for assistance. If a non lethal alternative is offered, please be appreciative and remember that there are many ways and means and flaming a member for suggesting such an alternative will not be tolerated.

    *It is the responsibility of the person with the predator to determine the legalities of what they do and that person will take ultimate responsibility. BYC does not condone illegal acts.

    For instance, Trapping..this is a legal defence and it is not open for debate whether you prefer this method or not. This forum is designed as an aid to those who are having predator problems. It is not a debate forum on ethics.

    *Please keep this in mind as we all learn from one another how to deter predators. Thanks. smile

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  7. speckledhen

    speckledhen Intentional Solitude Premium Member

    Folks, if you can't stand to see an animal trapped, then don't read in Predators and Pests, please. Other areas will be more to your liking. [​IMG]
     

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