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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by MajorPain, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. lockjaw

    lockjaw CH Dog

    i wish i had your problem...well in your case throw a m-100 or large firework...crossbow at night makes no noise;)
  2. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    Lol. The neighbors would never know. But I would probably miss and hit the neighbors behind me’s horse and be in a whole heap of trouble.
  3. lockjaw

    lockjaw CH Dog

    what horse no was not me..must of been chupa cabras:) ...well yeah chupa cabras with a crossbow...
  4. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    Lol… You’re funny. The woman’s got 25 horses she can spare one to the “Chupa Cabras with crossbows”. But one time we had a party. You don’t mix liquor and bb guns by the way. Well some of the boys thought it would be fun to shoot a bird that was in the tree. But being drunk, they missed the bird and hit one of the woman’s horses creating all 25 of them to stampede around. Needless to say the woman was pretty mad.
  5. Old Timer

    Old Timer CH Dog

    i think in every state if a animal is causing you a threat of some sort you can kill it to protect your life,limb,family or animals ie livestock or even dogs.so if you kill it just say it charged you and end of story.[​IMG]
  6. wally81

    wally81 Pup

    i would try the live trap... but i would get one that you put a live chicken in (the chicken cant be got to) and if the dont work get the old gun out
  7. Phebes

    Phebes Guest

    Do you have small children? Cause I would tell them if the cats hurt one of your kids which would be an enormous problem and you will sue the county for eveything it has.
  8. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    My friend has a four year old and I have a baby on the way.
  9. Scotsman

    Scotsman Top Dog

    I would fill in the pond, this probably wont be the last one to come visit, plus you really don't want to attract other critters like raccoons and skunks that are Rabies vector species.
  10. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    Yea that’s what I was thinking. The dogs stay inside most of the time. They do have chain setups outside and spend a few hours out there when I’m home but I moved it all to the front yard mostly because of the bobcats (I think it would be less likely to come to the front of the house to attack the dogs). My neighbor across the street hates it though. He has already made it clear to me he hates APBTs now he has to see them when eve he looks out his window.
  11. CRG

    CRG Top Dog

    It sound to me you kind of live out in the woods.A .22 rifle would work perfect not alot of noise and you get to keep you're pond. Plus a bobcat makes a pretty mount.
  12. thepitpalace

    thepitpalace Big Dog

    Yes a Bobcat can and will kill a dog. My brother lost a dog in his garage about a month ago, poor baby all that was left was a jaw bone and a huge mess. Do what you have to do to protect your own.
  13. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    Man that would be horrible. I have 3 kittens and a mama cat in my garage. Now that the kittens are getting older they like to run out when the garage is open. My husband freaks out every night thinking that this one black one is eaten by the bobcat. But she is always hiding someway safe in the garage and we find her in the morning.

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