Saturday Morning Walk

Loggers at work,
The dogs did not see the bobcat I saw during our morning tromp.
Eight pounds of braun,
Mr. Bo Duke came to my call.
No snack for a displaced cat.

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  1. Phew! That would be unnerving. (Up here we worry about bears)

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    1. That was my warning to use a little more caution. We have wild hogs, coyotes. A bear makes it out this way every so often. With development, how long we have bears in central GA is numbered. Abeit the bears in Alaska are a greater danger. They say ours aren't as dangerous in that we have a larger food supply.

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  2. Lucky for Mr Bo Duke that he had you to look out for him & unlucky for Bob cat:-)

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    1. Everyone is on a leash until the loggers finish. There are plenty of rabbits. Bobcat shouldn't get hungry even though it was skinny.

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  3. Sometimes the save is just a breath away.

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  4. Our world and that of the displaced animals are starting to blend into one, far too often, with negative consequences for both. I am glad that Mr. Bo Duke is ok. Hope the bobcat stays well, too. Thanks for shining a light on this disturbing trend.

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  5. I am sooo grateful we don't have 'critters' like that to frighten our dogs. We have the odd dog or two that attacks another, but a bobcat...

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  6. Too close for comfort! Bobcats are not to be messed with!

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  7. Bobcats are cool, but I agree it would be unnerving to meet one face-to-face!

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  8. Now that is what I call scary!

    A cougar attacked a friend of mine's dog a couple years ago-and amazingly, the dog survived!

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  9. Glad you avoided a duel. Great entry.

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