bonz6x at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 5 22:57:15 PDT 2007
Cormac... when the hair stands up on the back of you neck... and your dogs decide to pee down YOUR leg... I smell a threat... too bad mine trusty birch staff was about 75 yards away (how thouhtless of me... LOL!
I have no quarrel with these natural beasties... yet a quarrel they will get if my 118 pound boxer pees on my leg again...
Willie the wet one.
Dan Corley <okiewriter at hotmail.com> wrote:
The Duct Tape Solution will work on bobcats (I have used it), but if the creature is a mountain lion beastie, they are too strong and i recommend using braided wire covered with leaves and baited. I only would capture or kill any creature of the wild if it presents a definite threat to animals or humans. Most bobcats and pumas will just walk by and keep on going if they allow you to see them at all.
From: Ulf Gunnarsson <ulfie at cox.net>
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To: Barony of Namron Mailing List <namron at lists.ansteorra.org>
Subject: Re: [Namron] Arrows
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 23:15:50 -0500
> > Considering, I just had a large (probably 125-150 pound) tan feline
> > cruise within "yards" of me and my dogs about 30 minutes ago (whilst
> > they watered the lawn), it made the "baby cry", followed by that low
> > growl... Hummm... big cat, ... I am thinking I would like to order
> > some 12 guage, express 3-1/2 inch long arrows... and the "crossbow"
> > that launches them... argh! What might be the excise tax on that be my
> > dear Master Ulf??? (grins!!!)
>A cheaper solution: make loops of duct tape and leave them around the
>yard. I mean, it works on smaller cats with masking tape, and duct tape
>sticks to "everything"...
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