The plot thickens (2 donkeys bite the dust)

Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by Naegart89, Feb 25, 2019.

  1. Naegart89

    Naegart89 Fawn

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  2. reivertom

    reivertom 12 pointer

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    Rabid Whampus Cat.
     
  3. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    I’m going to go ahead and state the clearly obvious....yeah that’s 100% a mountain cat. No doubt about it. I don’t understand why they are denying it at this point.
     
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  4. kyhunter99

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    They dont mention any injuries to the donkies just that they are both dead and decayed and they dont know why they died but 'apparently' it was a "wild animal attack" Probably drowned with all this water.
    Its dumb they even attached the two cases.
     
  5. kyoutdoorsman

    kyoutdoorsman 10 pointer

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    Something fishy. That's a whampus cat
     
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  6. JR in KY

    JR in KY 12 pointer

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    What ever killed 2 donkeys is...are....bad SOB.
    A similar case here a few years ago and it turned out to be 2 Rotweillers. The owner of the dead steers laid up in a barn all night and shot them when they came back the next morning early.
     
  7. timer

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    Wait, "an autopsy wasn't requested due to the degree of decomposition of the bodies"....???!!! And they saw them alive on Friday??!!

    Folks it seems like every cow that dies on our farm dies on Friday afternoon....and it is Monday before the dead wagon comes to pick up the carcass. You can see on Monday exactly where I had to shoot them if it was necessary to put them down. Bodies do not "decompose" that rapidly.

    If they had said "mutilation" I would understand....but "decomposition" makes no sense to me.

    Also, donkeys can put up a pretty good fight against dogs. Unlike llamas, they can do a lot more than spit. Unless it was a pack of dogs - or two really old or really small donkeys - I don't believe it was dogs that made the kill.
     
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  8. Dark Cloud

    Dark Cloud 12 pointer

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    It’s not far from the zoo they said,it’s untelling what got loose,and someone afraid to tell it.Whatever it is its probably not afraid
     
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  9. kyhunter99

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    So THATS where the male lion went! They said it died but i had my doubts. He looked young to me. And they hadnt replaced him. Maybe they are hoping he will come back for the lady lion and they are keeping it hush hush
     
  10. T-wil69

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    I’ve only been to the zoo twice but I did notice one thing, I’m not a genius but I do know cats can climb and the tiger they had at the time was in a tall chain link enclosure with no roof, if that cat wanted out then he could get out, that was a few years ago and last summer that part was shut down when we went.
     
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  11. kyhunter99

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    There has been an update that residents had reported a 3 pack of stray dogs close to where that farm is with the llamas. Article posted 3 days ago.
     
  12. KYBourbonCountyMan

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    The cat in my trail cam pic made it all the way to Louisville?
     
  13. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    Which cat are you referring to?
     
  14. KYBourbonCountyMan

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