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    Sometimes its hard to shoot these critters

    What ya think



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    Definitely not when they're that young..
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    looks like Pal's to me

    thnx for sharing
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    That cat would eat him if he could!!
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    I don't know what ya mean, Ive never had a problem with shooting cats
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    ...................wild cat attacks deer!!!! This is what happens when folks let their pets run loose! Let this be lesson to all you deer owners!!!
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    Thanks plumbernater - Those are some really fantastic pictures! Do those two "get together" often? It almost looks as if they were raised together.

    Yes I agree with you - it is tough especially when you see things that way. Life is precious in all forms, so a shot is never made by me simply for "sport" or because it presents itself - ONLY if the game will be used for sustenance (and even then it can be difficult).
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    We could all learn a lot by just watching animals/pets.

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    Sometimes its hard to shoot these critters

    I'm horrified! How much more unsportsmanlike can you get than using your cat to befriend wild animals to lure them in later? Baiting seems harmless after this spectacle!

    Our DNR prohibits using dogs to hunt deer but don't mention anything about cats.

    Animals can certainly do some unusual things. The Lord put everything here for more than just their place on the food chain. We've seen evidence of that in the photos. It's good to be reminded of that.

    Thanks.
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