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Old 07-08-2012, 08:51 PM   #21
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The only way I'm hunting in Australia is if I'm warring one of these bad boys. Snake proof & helps with the Elephant trampling. 99% crocodile resistant to.
The snakes here are tame compared to the anti gun tofu loving anti hunting crowd here who get all hot and bothered about Fru Fru the pet poodle getting a sore toenail from nasty person walking it or telling we hunters that animals are people too and have the same emotions .
Your better off wearing earmuffs to deaden the sound of bleeding hearts and handwringing genital abusers who believe animals are sentient beings.

Being trampled by elephants is nothing compared to being attacked by Drop Bears or Woop Woop Birds, absolutely devastating. Crocs are only in our Far North and like swimming in the surf your chances of being attacked are equal to shark attacks in the water and what your doing to get attacked,regards
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I kill every cat I see when I'm hunting. That equals to about 20 a year. I own 2 cats but they are not allowed out of the house. Anybody stupid enough to let there cat out just made a target for me and everybody I know. Same for dogs. If a dog doesn't have a collar it is toast on sight. Everybody who has a hunting lease shoots both on sight.

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A lot of the time blokes whistling for foxes will actually get a feral cat coming in to the whistle and these are shot without a second thought.
We have very few foxes here in OK, thanks to the coyotes. While calling coyotes i've had feral cats respond to a rabbit in distress call. Had a couple big boar hogs respond to a fawn in distress call: Yep, they do eat fawns.
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I kill every cat I see when I'm hunting. That equals to about 20 a year. I own 2 cats but they are not allowed out of the house. Anybody stupid enough to let there cat out just made a target for me and everybody I know. Same for dogs. If a dog doesn't have a collar it is toast on sight. Everybody who has a hunting lease shoots both on sight.
So you would shoot someone's cat with a collar on it?
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I will shoot any cat, a cat is a killing machine, they are good at it. There are plenty of feral cats around my area and they raise heck with small game animals and birds as well as song birds, any cat wanders into my sight I will kill it. Dogs are different, for one thing I like dogs, and I don't believe they are nearly as capable of stalking and killing as a cat, though there have been a few instances of stray dogs taking deer in the winter. I won't kill a dog unless I were to catch it doing damage to property or lookin like its wanting to attack people or pets/livestock.

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Even if its some kids pet? People put money and time into a pet, there isn't a good reason to kill a pet cat. Ferals? Blast away.

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if it's on my property its feral as far as I'm concerned and considering there are no cat owners anywhere near me in my rural area I wouldn't worry about that, cats by me wander from nearby farms already overpopulated with cats or are dumped off by people who no longer want them for whatever reason. Pet cats should be kept indoors, not let outside to wander and kill whatever little critter they come across.

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I see your point . I hope you see mine .

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We do have some deadly snakes here but they're not all over the place and the chances of getting bit are about the same as getting hit by a train.
I'd say the chances would be equal to what they are over there and if you go looking for them you'll find them but it's not as though they're waiting to ambush you as you walk out the door. Don't believe everything you hear or see in the media or tv.
I spend a bit of time out in the bush hunting and fishing and don't see that many snakes but during the warmer months I'm a little bit more careful about what sticks I pick up for the camp fire. Most snakes will get out of your way unless they're either stepped on,cornered or protecting their nest,regards
Thanks for the info. I was playing a bit, but would really like to visit Australia someday. I've only seen two venomous snakes in wild here in the US and have lived in the south most of my life. This would include lots of hiking trips and 10 years in the Army, so yes rare here too.
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Thanks for the info. I was playing a bit, but would really like to visit Australia someday. I've only seen two venomous snakes in wild here in the US and have lived in the south most of my life. This would include lots of hiking trips and 10 years in the Army, so yes rare here too.
damn ya want to see some?mocassons all the time and a few rattlers a year. mocassons mostly at work. diamond backs up in the higher grounds
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