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Old 01-17-2019, 05:04 PM #121
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Wrong. Cougars have only recently expanded into Yukon and there has already been at least one attack... on a man. If you enter a cougars hunting territory when its hungry it WILL assess your suitability to eat and act according to its desire.
They are hunting machines.

The "Silver Lining" - a quick, merciful death.
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The "Silver Lining" - a quick, merciful death.

True that. Second to a bullet, I suspect the quick broken neck that a mountain lion delivers would be among the best ways to die: quickly and painlessly.


I like the idea of being "recycled" into kitty food. It beats rotting in a concrete box.



I guess I grow among them, but I don't think much about it, since I also live among them and play among them and fix fences among them. One night a mountain lion growled at my wife for walking past and interrupting its dinner - thirty feet from our back door. She turned toward the noise to find her headlamp pointing right into the eyes of a lion with its face covered in blood - thankfully it was gone before she really registered what she was looking at. Can you imagine the feeling as her stomach did somersaults?


Ever since that night, my wife keeps a Saint Bernard or a Staghound with her whenever she's outdoors at night. Strength in numbers - and size matters!
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True that. Second to a bullet, I suspect the quick broken neck that a mountain lion delivers would be among the best ways to die: quickly and painlessly.


I like the idea of being "recycled" into kitty food. It beats rotting in a concrete box.

I guess I grow among them, but I don't think much about it, since I also live among them and play among them and fix fences among them. One night a mountain lion growled at my wife for walking past and interrupting its dinner - thirty feet from our back door. She turned toward the noise to find her headlamp pointing right into the eyes of a lion with its face covered in blood - thankfully it was gone before she really registered what she was looking at. Can you imagine the feeling as her stomach did somersaults?


Ever since that night, my wife keeps a Saint Bernard or a Staghound with her whenever she's outdoors at night. Strength in numbers - and size matters!
If I lived in your neck of the woods, I would carry an enormous handgun at all times, for the honest world to see, just in case witty repartee fails when a cougar makes a cameo appearance.

Generally speaking I admire the grace and intelligence of felines, BUT I draw the line at being eaten for lunch by one.
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