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westslope

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Posted: Feb 24, 2021 - 1:23pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 westslope wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 .......
 

So busted. But it sounds like an underweight lynx, not showing fear... I'd suspect it's ill/rabid/plaguey so I hope he washed his hands.
 
Chris estimated the weight at 11 kg.  Sounds pretty damn healthy to me. 
 
"The lynx was so skinny that Paulson and his family decided to leave the two dead chickens with the animal in the bush."

 
Missed that!   

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Posted: Feb 24, 2021 - 12:15pm



 westslope wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 .......
 

So busted. But it sounds like an underweight lynx, not showing fear... I'd suspect it's ill/rabid/plaguey so I hope he washed his hands.
 
Chris estimated the weight at 11 kg.  Sounds pretty damn healthy to me. 
 
"The lynx was so skinny that Paulson and his family decided to leave the two dead chickens with the animal in the bush."

westslope

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Posted: Feb 24, 2021 - 10:56am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 .......
 

So busted. But it sounds like an underweight lynx, not showing fear... I'd suspect it's ill/rabid/plaguey so I hope he washed his hands.
 
Chris estimated the weight at 11 kg.  Sounds pretty damn healthy to me.  And Chris strikes me as the kind of person who would make accurate, useful weight estimates.

I would not  be worried about illness but rather having my forearm ripped off!    I am a rather fearless person and I NEVER panic when close to large, dangerous wild animals but Chris has much bigger cajones than I do.  

ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Feb 24, 2021 - 10:28am



 westslope wrote:
B.C. farmer grabs lynx by scruff of neck, scolds it for killing chickens

Chris Paulson and his family captured and relocated the lynx after it killed 2 chickens


Betsy Trumpener · CBC News · Posted: Feb 22, 2021 1:54 PM PT | Last Updated: February 23




 

So busted. But it sounds like an underweight lynx, not showing fear... I'd suspect it's ill/rabid/plaguey so I hope he washed his hands.
westslope

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Posted: Feb 24, 2021 - 9:09am

B.C. farmer grabs lynx by scruff of neck, scolds it for killing chickens

Chris Paulson and his family captured and relocated the lynx after it killed 2 chickens


Betsy Trumpener · CBC News · Posted: Feb 22, 2021 1:54 PM PT | Last Updated: February 23




westslope

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Posted: Jul 18, 2020 - 3:26pm



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Posted: Jul 18, 2020 - 12:52pm

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Posted: Jan 16, 2020 - 11:11am



 R_P wrote:
 
I would think all hypercarnivores (other than snakes maybe) would eat any carrion if that were their only choice.  It is creepy to think about though.

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Posted: Jan 16, 2020 - 10:28am

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Posted: Aug 21, 2019 - 8:49am

How refreshing... honesty in product labeling.

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Posted: Aug 18, 2019 - 4:40am



 Manbird wrote:
I guess we've officially adopted the stray cat who has been driving Mianca and Frank crazy for the past year.
We named him Jasper. Can't tell if its a he or a she... I think he's a dude. He stays outside and we him a big bowl
of food everyday with some kitty vitties.  Might sneak in something for parasites prophylactically but he seems 
in pretty good nick. He must have fleas tho. He has bobbed tail and unusual black and grey short fur. Mellow as
can be but a great hunter no doubt. Jasper. He's cool. 
 

So you've adopted a cat.   Good luck introducing him to Mianca and Frank... I guess they are cats, too. If Jasper has fleas, get him some Advantage and treat him before he gets inside with the others. A couple of drops on the top of the neck should get rid of them, and once a month is enough to have flea free cats.  

https://miauland.com/flea-trea...
Manbird

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Posted: Aug 17, 2019 - 3:34pm

I guess we've officially adopted the stray cat who has been driving Mianca and Frank crazy for the past year.
We named him Jasper. Can't tell if its a he or a she... I think he's a dude. He stays outside and we him a big bowl
of food everyday with some kitty vitties.  Might sneak in something for parasites prophylactically but he seems 
in pretty good nick. He must have fleas tho. He has bobbed tail and unusual black and grey short fur. Mellow as
can be but a great hunter no doubt. Jasper. He's cool. 
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Posted: Jul 31, 2019 - 3:46pm


westslope

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Posted: May 1, 2019 - 10:26am

SD: 

We hike 12 months of the year in the Sage brush steppe in behind the house here in BC wildfire country.   From informal observations of coyote scat, I have concluded that up to 30% of the diet of coyotes consists of domestic cats.  Rodent hair and though most rare, mule deer hair, also show up in the scat.

Village residents might as well be directly feeding the coyotes.  

Funny about these cats.  I was always somewhat indifferent and always a little surprised when other folks' cats would jump up and sit on my lap.   Maybe the cats knew instinctively that I would not "women handle" them.   -hehe-

Anyhow, fast forward a decade or so.  The wife loves cats, I love the wife so what am I supposed to say even though I know perfectly well that cats and similar really hamper the ability to travel.   We made up for that by taking one of them on backpacking trips in the lower river canyons/valleys in the East Kootenay  district and once we took one a 10-day canoe trip in the southern portion of the Gwaii Haanas islands.  

Darn cats.  They all have their own little endearing personalities.   Framboise was a mid-hair Norwegian Forest Cat with opposable digits (Hemingway style).  She was smart, an all too excellent hunter, loved attention, demanded it constantly and loved to hang out outdoors or go on short walks.  

Tempest was a highly energetic male kitten who tore up the walls so much I had to plaster and paint several walls in the house twice!   He was very gentle and very kind to his older female sisters.   Yet, he could tangle full force with  visiting, aggressive male cats.   He also loved to hang out and would occasionally go for short walks too.  
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Posted: Apr 30, 2019 - 6:50am

 westslope wrote:
Lost 2 cats in the last ~3 weeks.  Likely coyotes.   New coyotes, new strategy.  

Now down to 'dossie' (numero dos) who happened to be the oldest.  Being old, she stuck close to home.

Still looking for the cats but, hey, we knew the odds.  

 
Yep. Coyotes love some cats, we used to lose a lot of them where we used to live fortunately there are not many coyotes in the area I live in now just foxes and they prefer to prey on the chickens which as long as you have your chicken pen tight is not a problem.  I think cats are to coyotes what bacon is to humans.{#Lol}  But let em live or die outside and free is our policy. We let nature and natural selection run its course. Just make sure everyone is fixed.{#Meditate}


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Posted: Apr 29, 2019 - 7:07pm

 westslope wrote:
Lost 2 cats in the last ~3 weeks.  Likely coyotes.   New coyotes, new strategy.  

Now down to 'dossie' (numero dos) who happened to be the oldest.  Being old, she stuck close to home.

Still looking for the cats but, hey, we knew the odds.  

 
We keep our cats indoors, 100%. Just too many things that can happen to them outside.
westslope

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Posted: Apr 29, 2019 - 6:49pm

Lost 2 cats in the last ~3 weeks.  Likely coyotes.   New coyotes, new strategy.  

Now down to 'dossie' (numero dos) who happened to be the oldest.  Being old, she stuck close to home.

Still looking for the cats but, hey, we knew the odds.  
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