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2021-03-01 4:01:52 PM  
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2021-03-01 2:37:13 PM  
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2021-03-01 1:45:05 PM  
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If the cat was older and bigger (and maybe the fish smaller) it might be trying to land some good eating.

https://koistory.com/blog/how-to-defe​n​d-against-koi-fish-predators
Land predators: cats are the most common Koi killer in urban areas but some of the more wild Koi predators are raccoons, opossums, beavers, muskrats, foxes, otters, and sometimes even bears will take advantage of an unprotected Koi pond.
 
2021-03-01 9:36:17 PM  
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i believe they like to play with their food....
 
2021-03-01 5:00:49 PM  
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HairBolus: If the cat was older and bigger (and maybe the fish smaller) it might be trying to land some good eating.


I was thinking that some of those koi look large enough to eat the cat!

Would that be surf and turf?
 
2021-03-01 2:03:06 PM  
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HairBolus: If the cat was older and bigger (and maybe the fish smaller) it might be trying to land some good eating.

https://koistory.com/blog/how-to-defen​d-against-koi-fish-predators
Land predators: cats are the most common Koi killer in urban areas but some of the more wild Koi predators are raccoons, opossums, beavers, muskrats, foxes, otters, and sometimes even bears will take advantage of an unprotected Koi pond.


A now former neighbor tried to put in a couple of Koi ponds in his quite beautiful garden.  Even tried to protect them with mesh but the local feral cats and raccoons would not be dissuaded.  The experiment lasted about a month.
 
2021-03-01 1:54:34 PM  
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HairBolus: If the cat was older and bigger (and maybe the fish smaller) it might be trying to land some good eating.

https://koistory.com/blog/how-to-defen​d-against-koi-fish-predators
Land predators: cats are the most common Koi killer in urban areas but some of the more wild Koi predators are raccoons, opossums, beavers, muskrats, foxes, otters, and sometimes even bears will take advantage of an unprotected Koi pond.


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