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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by predator1, Feb 12, 2020.
That's a house cat. There's really a debate?
Why you think that?
A camera down on the tree, maybe at ten feet, could be highly beneficial, being the feline apparently likes that area; meanwhile
Seriously? It's tiny. It's a damn house cat.
Here is the HD photo. It’s not in video mode and the camera is up the tree for security purposes. This is best I can manage with the file size limits we’ve got.
That's much better. I would start setting some cat food and water out for it each evening, taking it back up directly before retiring, and placing a camera on the bowls; plus, I would name him Bobboo.
I've deleted video off my Blink camera on my porch of a similar picture. Same looking stub tailed black cat on my porch....in my subdivision!
It's just a cat.
Bobboo a very cool cat and deserves some easy food.
Wish I had a daylight pic of a cat to compare. But there is very clearly a huge size difference between these other two cats.
bobcat... Notice the hair on sides of head
Tiny? What you basing that on in comparison?
That cat doesn't appear to be small and has an elongated stance. Another option is to set a few inverted painter's buckets, maybe three, spread out around the tree, for a more accurate height on the cat, but you will have to place a camera at their level, for true perspective. Place three on their sides, as well, for length measurement. I think the cat may be longer than the buckets, but it will give you a better estimate.
DD, set a live trap out with some sardines. If it's a kitty cat, you'll catch it quickly.
I GOT IT!!!!
get you a bag of them temptation cat treats and hang up next to camera so get better look
The skunk and the black and white house cat in the other picture. I don't see any doubt that it's a common cat.