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i saw this story online from a web sight close to my native land.
http://www.pinedale.com/#lionattack
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I fended off a possum with my weed eater once....
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That's wild,a story to tell his grandkids.
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Originally posted by swtucker swtucker wrote:

I fended off a possum with my weed eater once....
 
 
Did he charge you???  Laugh
 
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Originally posted by Ed Connelly Ed Connelly wrote:

Originally posted by swtucker swtucker wrote:

I fended off a possum with my weed eater once....
 
 
Did he charge you???  Laugh
 
 
No, he did it for free....Bucky
 
**it's not my fault that we don't have apex predators in Virginia....we gotta make due with whatever critters we have on hand.**


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Can't beat free.
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 I was with my Dad when he killed a racoon with a chainsaw. By accident.  (Cutting up a hollow log for firewood.)

 I was splitting, and looked over at him when he stopped the saw in the middle of a cut and I almost died when I saw he was covered with blood.
 It took us a little while to figure out that it wasn't his.
 We split the log open and found the deceased, and a live companion, who scampered away unharmed and climbed into another tree den.
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My grandfather told me about a mountain lion that followed  him for a mile and a half when his car broke down out in West Texas  in the 20's .
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i jumped one during a push while hunting elk one year, dont ask me how. but it was an eerie feeling watching something that big disappear into the woods and not make a sound, especially in all that piney dead fall. 
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I have smelled cat spray while hunting up in Wyoming.....of course, it could have been a bobcat.........or a old tomcat...Bucky
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he was on Good Morning America this morning ..Said he had only a minor mark on his arm...Lucky guy ..Of course the show host made some comment about cougars never do that and it must have been sick or overtly hungry
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My cats "toy" with almost everything they kill.  They bring it where we can watch and toss the critters in the air and pounce on them when they try to get away.  Goes on for up to an hour sometimes... however long the critter will last.  Then, they normally eat them on the mat on the back porch. 
But they ONLY KILL FOR FOOD...
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Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

My grandfather told me about a mountain lion that followed  him for a mile and a half when his car broke down out in West Texas  in the 20's .
 
 I was once hunting a Montana mountainside, slowly working my way toward my cousin after a fresh snowfall. I came upon his tracks, dragging a freshly killed mule deer downhill toward camp.
 After following them a couple hundred yards, I found where a BIG cat picked up his trail and was following him ahead of me. I knew that mountain lions often do that, probably out of curiosity, but I was still a bit worried about what I was going to eventually find!
 He just veered off after a half-mile, and I caught up with my cousin at camp, with a nice buck, unaware that he had been followed. Pretty cool.
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