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Old 01-23-2014, 12:38 PM
 
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That's interesting. It wouldn't be a lack of sustainable prey or something like that either?
Doubtful. Lion don't like to be crowded and aren't very nice to one another. Young toms get pushed out of established territories and, like young human males, don't know d!ck. They think "Hey! There's water every 500' here in swimming pools and these dogs and cats are really easy to kill! This place is great!"

It's one thing to be concerned about mountain lions or bears if you're on a nature hike or a hunting trip and take prudent precautions, but it's completely another to spend any time worrying away about mountain lions while at your computer nook in your subdivision, although if dogs and cats have been lost to coyotes/lion in your area it's a good idea not to leave them unsupervised in the yard... within reason.
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Old 01-23-2014, 12:52 PM
 
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Any animal threatening my doggy or I would be quickly extinguished; I don't care if it's the pope with a bald eagle.

The paperwork is secondary.
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