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Old 09-15-2013, 11:11 PM   #31
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Maybe you could use live traps and "dispose" of them in a more quiet and neighbor-friendly way than an outdoor gunshot. Fill a barrel with water and drop the full trap in the barrel; the trap should be submerged completely, rubber ducky optional.
No animal deserves to be caged and drowned. If you must kill an animal the only decent way to to it is quickly and as painlessly as possible, otherwise you are a worse animal then the one you are destroying.
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No animal deserves to be caged and drowned. If you must kill an animal the only decent way to to it is quickly and as painlessly as possible, otherwise you are a worse animal then the one you are destroying.
I have come very, very close to drowning a couple of times; it wasn't pleasant but was certainly not the worst way to die I have run across. If I was convicted of a capital crime and sentenced to death, drowning would be in my top 3 if I got to choose my own means of disposal. I wouldn't recommend a cruel means of animal disposal when a less cruel means is available......unless we are talking bears, drowning bears would be fine but it should be a slow process and the water should be at a good rolling boil.
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I have come very, very close to drowning a couple of times; it wasn't pleasant but was certainly not the worst way to die I have run across. If I was convicted of a capital crime and sentenced to death, drowning would be in my top 3 if I got to choose my own means of disposal. I wouldn't recommend a cruel means of animal disposal when a less cruel means is available......unless we are talking bears, drowning bears would be fine but it should be a slow process and the water should be at a good rolling boil.
Why do you hate bears so much?
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Well, I thought the were gone. I started seeing rabbits and rabbit dropping so I was hopeful but the game camera caught some.
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