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2021-12-06 1:39:30 PM  
Where I live we have coyotes, bobcats, bears, and foxes.

Seems like every week or two SOME moran is posting about a lost cat or small dog.

People are dumb about nature.
 
2021-12-06 1:51:03 PM  
This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.
 
2021-12-06 2:00:18 PM  

Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.


You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in
 
2021-12-06 3:11:42 PM  

SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in


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2021-12-06 3:25:31 PM  

SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in


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2021-12-06 3:25:52 PM  
If you're cold, they're cold.
Let them all in.
 
2021-12-06 3:28:41 PM  
So she leaves food on her porch big whoop
 
2021-12-06 3:30:58 PM  

SpectroBoy: Where I live we have coyotes, bobcats, bears, and foxes.

Seems like every week or two SOME moran is posting about a lost cat or small dog.

People are dumb about nature.


I've seen all those except bobcats in my yard, plus a moose. My kitty still goes outside daily and has been for 8 years...

There is a chance one day he might not come back, and I'll be crushed, but that's life. I'd almost rather him die that way than being killed by a car.
 
2021-12-06 3:35:23 PM  

SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in


Something similar happened with a friend's pet prairie dog and husky. They had lived together for years and then one day they came home to blood everywhere.
 
2021-12-06 3:36:09 PM  
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2021-12-06 3:37:43 PM  

ar393: SpectroBoy: Where I live we have coyotes, bobcats, bears, and foxes.

Seems like every week or two SOME moran is posting about a lost cat or small dog.

People are dumb about nature.

I've seen all those except bobcats in my yard, plus a moose. My kitty still goes outside daily and has been for 8 years...

There is a chance one day he might not come back, and I'll be crushed, but that's life. I'd almost rather him die that way than being killed by a car.


You know, there is a simple way to prevent both types of death
 
2021-12-06 3:42:42 PM  

The Yattering: You know, there is a simple way to prevent both types of death


When I lived in NYC he was strictly indoors. But at my parent's house in the suburbs or where I live now in the boonies, I'm not going to keep him trapped inside.

Cat needs to cat, in my opinion, go hunt, chase, and kill small mammals (and the occasional bird).

I've been most impressed with the two rabbits he caught, and also how much of one he ate.
 
2021-12-06 3:43:01 PM  

Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.


Was gonna say this here. The cats have mastered the art of "If I don't look at you then you don't exist" and the eagles just kinda roll with it.
 
2021-12-06 3:45:52 PM  
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2021-12-06 3:47:46 PM  

SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in


I have three parrots, two cats and a dog.  Never leave them alone together.  The only things these animals are doing are sizing up their prey, watching their movements and waiting for the opportune time to turn them into bloody messes.  This terrifies the cats and dog.
 
2021-12-06 3:47:56 PM  
We have coyotes wonder around the apartment complex from time to time. Whenever they show up, a notice is placed in the newsletter warning residents to keep their pets indoors.
 
2021-12-06 3:48:51 PM  

Harry Wagstaff: Something similar happened with a friend's pet prairie dog and husky. They had lived together for years and then one day they came home to blood everywhere.


Acquaintance of mine had that happen between his dog and cat.

Just to be clear, the dog killed the cat.
 
2021-12-06 3:57:13 PM  

derpes_simplex: So she leaves food on her porch big whoop


Especially given the way the fox acts, yeah, I'd guess she's been feeding them for a long time.
 
2021-12-06 4:00:42 PM  
Seems like a protection racket to me. Eagle gets paid in field mice by the cat to keep the fox from hurting the cat.  Few missed payments and cat is a goner.
 
2021-12-06 4:09:54 PM  
Eagles are dicks. I wouldn't trust them. The only reason the cats are alive is they're quicker than eagles.
 
2021-12-06 4:18:01 PM  

SpectroBoy: Where I live we have coyotes, bobcats, bears, and foxes.

Seems like every week or two SOME moran is posting about a lost cat or small dog.

People are dumb about nature.


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2021-12-06 4:19:54 PM  
TFA gave me comma trauma.
 
2021-12-06 4:22:54 PM  
Living in places with many eagles (bald and golden) let me say, when they check the Eagles nests to see if they are active, they are always filled with cat collars. That is all.
 
2021-12-06 4:22:59 PM  
Now I'm envious. I have deer and wild turkeys and the occasional skunk and raccoon. None of the birds of prey ever hang out on my porch. Hawks and eagles and great horned owls. Also, the rabbits never seem to reach maturity for some reason.
 
2021-12-06 4:25:32 PM  

CordycepsInYourBrain: Eagles are dicks. I wouldn't trust them. The only reason the cats are alive is they're quicker than eagles.


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2021-12-06 4:25:45 PM  

talkyournonsense: Living in places with many eagles (bald and golden) let me say, when they check the Eagles nests to see if they are active, they are always filled with cat collars. That is all.


Exactly
 
2021-12-06 4:27:49 PM  

SpectroBoy: talkyournonsense: Living in places with many eagles (bald and golden) let me say, when they check the Eagles nests to see if they are active, they are always filled with cat collars. That is all.

Exactly


That's why my cat doesn't have a collar....

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2021-12-06 4:31:06 PM  
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2021-12-06 4:47:52 PM  
The Google says that eagles likely don't go for adult domestic cats much. They prefer easier and usually smaller prey. Kittens are fair game though.

If we actually let our cats outside and there were a lot of bald/golden eagles around, I guess I'd worry more about our eight pound cat. Our nearly sixteen pound cat wouldn't have to give a shiat.
 
2021-12-06 4:52:46 PM  

patrick767: The Google says that eagles likely don't go for adult domestic cats much. They prefer easier and usually smaller prey. Kittens are fair game though.

If we actually let our cats outside and there were a lot of bald/golden eagles around, I guess I'd worry more about our eight pound cat. Our nearly sixteen pound cat wouldn't have to give a shiat.


Suddenly, I'm just imaginging a bald eagle going nose-first into the ground while trying to take off, held back by a cat that's laughing maniacally....
 
2021-12-06 5:10:16 PM  

ar393: SpectroBoy: talkyournonsense: Living in places with many eagles (bald and golden) let me say, when they check the Eagles nests to see if they are active, they are always filled with cat collars. That is all.

Exactly

That's why my cat doesn't have a collar....

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To prevent eagles from choking?
 
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2021-12-06 5:19:01 PM  
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2021-12-06 5:38:37 PM  
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2021-12-06 6:00:50 PM  
We currently have either a nesting or wounded buzzard in our yard, so my geriatric 16 lb. chonker is confined to the house.  He is unhappy, as the squirrels are now visible to his lazy butt.  He can't catch the squirrels, but a buzzard would definitely do some damage to him.
 
2021-12-06 6:15:19 PM  

Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.


I came to say this. The videos have been around for a long time.
 
2021-12-06 6:16:44 PM  

SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in


As a parakeet owner I just love reading about these.
 
2021-12-06 10:04:52 PM  
I tried to read the text in that article, and got Captain Kirk vibes. Uneccessary, commas every, two or three, words.
 
2021-12-06 10:11:16 PM  

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holy crap, I haven't heard that since the last I asked my wife to a gig.
 
2021-12-06 10:21:04 PM  

Somaticasual: patrick767: The Google says that eagles likely don't go for adult domestic cats much. They prefer easier and usually smaller prey. Kittens are fair game though.

If we actually let our cats outside and there were a lot of bald/golden eagles around, I guess I'd worry more about our eight pound cat. Our nearly sixteen pound cat wouldn't have to give a shiat.

Suddenly, I'm just imaginging a bald eagle going nose-first into the ground while trying to take off, held back by a cat that's laughing maniacally....


Hah... our chonker's closest experience is the younger eight lb kitty forever wanting to wrestle. Sometimes he's into it, but at double her weight, when he's not, he'll just ignore her and slowly wander off like her "attacks" don't even register. Guess it's like if I tried to take down an NFL offensive lineman. Guy could practically ignore me if he wanted. 🙂
 
2021-12-06 10:36:57 PM  
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2021-12-06 10:43:12 PM  

Majin_Buu: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

Was gonna say this here. The cats have mastered the art of "If I don't look at you then you don't exist" and the eagles just kinda roll with it.


I've seen cats and possoms walk past each other within inches and neither one acknowledges the other at all. Not a glance or twitch. I think they made an ancient pact to just ignore each other.
 
2021-12-07 12:27:28 AM  

Harry Wagstaff: SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in

Something similar happened with a friend's pet prairie dog and husky. They had lived together for years and then one day they came home to blood everywhere.


Bummer. A good husky is hard to find.
 
2021-12-07 8:16:19 AM  

saturn badger: Harry Wagstaff: SpectroBoy: Chariset: This woman has been posting about her eagle visitors for years.

If the cats were going to go for an unplanned flight, they would have by now.

You know replacement cats are free at shelters....

I had friends who thought it was cute their parakeet rode on their cat. Did it for years. Until ONE DAY some recessive cat gene activated. In front of the whole family including little kids the cat jumped in to the air, grabbed the keet mid-flight, and killed it.

/you knew I was snake when you took me in

Something similar happened with a friend's pet prairie dog and husky. They had lived together for years and then one day they came home to blood everywhere.

Bummer. A good husky is hard to find.


For death awaits you all with nasty big pointy teeth!
 
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