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    Mountain Lion in Brown County this time


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    Quote Originally Posted by edwea View Post
    Guess i'm gonna have to fight him for the squirrels. Weird that it's eating house cats when there's all that venison down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patience0830 View Post
    Guess i'm gonna have to fight him for the squirrels. Weird that it's eating house cats when there's all that venison down there.
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    I heard about this earlier. Plenty of critters in Brown County.
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    Can you shoot these cats?

    I can't have them eating the neighbor's chickens (and my fresh eggs.)

    I have heard odd sounds coming from the surrounding woods at night for years. Kind of a baby crying/scream sort of noise.

    Neighborhood pets are all still intact though, even with the 'yotes passing through regularly.
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    Just another overfed house cat, right DNR?

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    What's going on in Brown County? I mean a year or two ago there was video of a huge woodland rattlesnake and now an oversized possibly mutant kitty is roaming free and has a taste for chinese food. What the heck?
    Wild critters are going to be wild.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwframe View Post
    Can you shoot these cats?

    I can't have them eating the neighbor's chickens (and my fresh eggs.)

    I have heard odd sounds coming from the surrounding woods at night for years. Kind of a baby crying/scream sort of noise.

    Neighborhood pets are all still intact though, even with the 'yotes passing through regularly.
    The baby crying/scream sound is probably a bobcat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K_W View Post
    Just another overfed house cat, right DNR?
    As stated in the article, dnr suspects a large bobcat despite the seemingly credible eyewitness accounts including from other law enforcement. Why won't they acknowledge this situation?

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    Article says they are protected? Does that mean even if they are threatening or have attacked you?


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