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None of my cats have a strong prey drive
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None of my cats have a strong prey drive
nope none at all
post #33 of 40
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None of my cats have a strong prey drive

This comment was said just before the Cougar sank his teeth into the arm of the victum....
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cougars are such strong animals much stronger than a man even, wow u live with one of the most powerful predators in the world!

I actually researched these cats for a while because they are said to live in my area. And all the legendary stuff said about thier power cause usually be backed! Therefor its not really legendary!
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The only cats IMO that would not be very good hunters are Persians
I've known a few people with Persians that could adequately be titled "Doom of Rodents."
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None of my cats have a strong prey drive
Do you keep the cougar in your house?
have any pics?

Someone i know here has a tiger at his home... 4 years old now. They make a complicated house cat.
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None of my cats have a strong prey drive

Well that comment certainly made me laugh outloud!!!!
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cougars are such strong animals much stronger than a man even, wow u live with one of the most powerful predators in the world!

I actually researched these cats for a while because they are said to live in my area. And all the legendary stuff said about thier power cause usually be backed! Therefor its not really legendary!
That's true. According to the cougar experts at the Cougar Mountain Zoo, which is a small zoo near my home run by the Zoological Society of Washington, they are the strongest cat, pound for pound. They have two rescued cougars living there, who are both quite elderly by wildcat standards, and still quite the playful cats.

They also have two very rare tiger cubs - if you're ever in the Puget Sound area, I highly recommend a visit to the Cougar Mountain Zoo in Issaquah (not to be confused with our big zoo, Woodland Park Zoo, in Seattle). It will be a few dollars well-spent to see these amazing animals and learn a bit more about them.

Sorry for the little hijack!
post #39 of 40
I can hardly wait to see how Junior (and the new kitten) reacts to the mice this winter. I always have mice in my attic and walls when it's cold out but in the 7 years I've been here I've only seen a couple living mice. About once a year I'll have to hunt down a dead mouse which stinks up my apartment though.

Mez
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This comment was said just before the Cougar sank his teeth into the arm of the victum....
Aww, not Carmelo. He will just lick you to pieces
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Do you keep the cougar in your house?
have any pics?
He did live in the house until a year old, but now he lives outside in a secure enclosure. My bobcats live inside and also go out in an enclosure as well. Yes, I have lots of pictures, just click on the links in my signature or check out this thread http://www.thecatsite.com/forums/sho...0&goto=newpost
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Well that comment certainly made me laugh outloud!!!!
Now why is that?
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