My cat is bigger than my dog

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  1. Native Hunter

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    Not only that, but your cat is more dangerous than your dog. When you catch a coyote in a trap, he just acts ashamed that he was that dumb, but when you catch a bobcat, he makes you wonder if he’s caught well enough for you to get close.........:)
     
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    Here is one that would make you wonder:

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    Those are quite big looking. Would one the size of those be able to take down younger deer? Always wondered that. I'd love to get a full body mount done on one someday.
     
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    Wow, never saw videos like that. They are tenacious little suckers. New appreciation for what they are capable of.
     
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    I’ve never seen a bobcat in a trap that acted disinterested. They all look like they’re about to rip your throat out. They can hide in plain sight too, their camo is excellent. I walked right by one once and didn’t see it until I started following the chain with my eyes. It was snugged up against a log watching me but making no noise. I could just imagine it latching onto my leg.......
     
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    I was predator hunting a property that my brother traps. I walked by one of his sets and it was destroyed, but the trap wasn’t tripped(there was still grass laying where the trap was). I called and told him about it. He went out the next day and started to clean it up and reset the trap and it wasn’t there. He stood up to look for it and grabbed the chain to pull the trap back and there was a Bobcat attached to it. He didn’t even see the cat until he pulled the chain and it decided to come unglued. Needless to say, he let go of the chain and made a quick kill shot.


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    My cats bigger than yours . WE are having an explosion of lions along the river. killed 4 in the last couple months

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    Yep, he is bigger - and you can keep him!!!!
     
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    That was an easy decision ! That coon thinks the same thing:)
     
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    I almost stepped one of those kittens a few years ago in CA. That’s an intimidating creature.


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