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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by Mike Mcghee, Mar 9, 2021.
found these coyote puppies at the base of a tree. I thought it was pretty cool.
Have you ever tried to raise one? I wouldn’t mind taking one if you still have them
I put them back and the next day there mother had moved them. I had actually thought about it but I'm not sure if you legally can so I didn't do it.
They’re pretty cool creatures. I’d like to have one or a fox
I have heard/read that a domesticated fox is like a very large loyal cat. Would definitely be a sight to see.
A friend of mine had a pet red he raised from a bottle. It was a great pet. Very friendly and personable.
Well, I suppose I would like to "Think" old meanass me would have knocked them in the Head with a Rock...
.But. I would have left them ceptin for the one I would have taken to @Nock.
Now if Anyone finds any Bobcat Kittens, please call me ASAP.
I’d left them as well. Only to cross paths once again on down the road.
Give them 6-8 months and they are fun to take new hunters out, I'm about done for awhile time to let them raise there young, I don't like the thought of them starving to death because there parents do come home!
But if my property owners have them causing problems I will take care of them.
Pretty sure its illegal to keep one in ky! I would love to raise one.
It’s illegal. With that said my wife is wanting a third dog. I dont, and at this point Id enjoy seeing her struggle (unknowingly) to train the wild out of a non domestic.
You should have stomped their heads. They will grow up to be fawn, rabbit and possibly calf killers
I feel that they should be killed, but with that being said I just wouldn’t be able to bring myself to do it.
So how did you actually find them. Just walkin thru woods or is it a known spot. That’s pretty cool. I would have tried legal or not. Just sayin. Who has to know. If they ended up not living then who cares. Lol.
Right. I laughed that’s funny. Tired of hearing my wife bout a damn dog. Lol
That would be priceless!