Saturday, July 30, 2016

COYOTES ATTACK CAT!




Coyote attacks are in the news with the recent report of a possible coyote or wild dog attack in New Jersey which required 30 stitches. Even Hollywood, California has an abundance of coyotes, not to mention mountain lions being photographed near the Hollywood sign.


 The recent video shows a domestic cat being attacked by coyotes as well as revenge footage, of sorts, as a lone caracal cat defends it's kill against two jackals.



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27 comments:

  1. First for cats against coyotes xx

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    1. If i had been there i would have made those coyotes in to cat food xx

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    2. Where's catman when you need him? xx

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    3. I've seen lone coyotes in the wild and wasn't too concerned but multiple coyotes would cause concern.

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    4. You'd be a little concerned it the coyote was hungry.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqVE9qfg7yI

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  2. Hey, Coyotes! Leave them cats alone!

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  3. Full body Dogman & Bigfoot!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hmtAG2r8HY

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    1. You're just jealous 11:12 Dr Squatch is a great researcher,better than all the others and dare i say....a ladies man xx

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    2. I must admit, Dr Squatch's proof is pretty hard to refute.

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    3. Here's one especially for you two :-)

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K9-Rc__Qhg

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    4. Here's one for you, Mr. lol

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0q2lkcqNFV4

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  4. Has natl geo contacted dr squath yet?

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    1. DS, wildlife rich Pennsylvania has bobcat, coyote, red fox, grey fox, black bear and elk. Any animal encounters in your explorations?

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    2. ^ He won't have a satisfying answer. He would have to do some online research before he even knew what animals were even in Pennsylvania if that's where he's from.

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    3. 10:46, I've hunted these animals (mad because he has zero Bigfoot evidence)
      6:56, You forgot deer, and that is all i see.....I don't need to go where the bear and elk are, they are all right here! I've scouted the remote areas, and they are so huge, plus hours away, and one cannot scout an area that big, living so far away.
      10:46, i will 700x until my answer is sufficient, i'm not hiding anything, and all i do is offer my help to those who ask.

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    4. I shot a Coyote a few years ago, on our annual Bear hunting trip, ran right up to my feet, never heard me!! And i've seen red and grey fox from my tree stand before.
      And i was hunting with my buddy Dan one year who is the biggest skeptic on the planet...we were site g in the truck grabbing lunch, and a Chupacabra crosses the road out 70 yards away....IT WAS CLEAR AS DAY WHAT WE SAW!!! HILARIOUS TOO, BECAUSE DAN SAW IT, AND HE KNOWS WHAT HE SAW, YET WHEN ASKED ABOUT, HE JUST SHAKES HIS HEAD, SMILING, BUT REMAIN SILENT, IT'S PRETTY FUNNY!

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    5. What does a chupacabra look like? I thought it was agreed upon that they were just canines that had mange.

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    6. It looked like a huge Rat if you ask me, had brownish grey skin, didn't appear to have fur.

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    7. Looked 110% like this one!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq-7pfJ_9rE

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    8. Raccoons are furry chupacabras.

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