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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    it was probably the ACME roller skates and rocket pack combo along with one of their nets. they have improved their tech since the 60's :D


    Even Bob Barker would be pissed at this dude, we're trying to control the pet population, NOT see it grow, what else is going to eat the evilness that is a cat?
    So you're saying that my Sammy was evil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    So you're saying that my Sammy was evil?
    there are exceptions to every rule, but cat's in general are evil (btw we have 4 of them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    Geese are messy but at least they're not killing and eating pets.
    Coyotes usually only get peoples pets when people leave their pets out without supervision or allowed to wander the neighborhood.
    That is not the coyotes fault, it is the owners.
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    There are coyotes out near the church I go to on Saturdays. Every time I see a sign in the window of a 7-11 out there with a photo of a missing cat, I think that probably a coyote got it. People who live in areas where there are coyotes, even if it seems like a normal suburban area like Troy, should keep their cats indoors. I don't live in an area with coyotes, but I keep my cat inside to keep her from getting run over by a car.
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