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Old 01-15-2007, 11:36 PM   #1
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Keeps eating all my feral cats food

Patches keeps trying to kick its ass.
She wont have some creepy ass monster all up on her turf eatin her viddles.

It's only 8:30 and my lights are on and it seriously has some balls to come crawling down my fence when I'm sitting right here I live in the city for gods sake!


make it go away.
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we don't get them here...only bunny rabbitsthat try to bite you
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I had a raccoon in my kitchen one night.
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Racoon says..."here kitty, kitty!"

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Old 01-15-2007, 11:51 PM   #5
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My cat will kick its ass

It cowered in fear the other night and slinkered away.
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Go Beanz! beat em up!
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When it's trying to get in the screen of your second floor bedroom in your downtown (for all that is) house - then be afraid!!
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we don't get them here...only bunny rabbitsthat try to bite you
we had crappy rabbits in our yard one time,and my cats got into a fight with it,and didn`t kill it, but knocked it around and for a second it was lying there and i went to touch it and it bit the hell out of my hand
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Not Beanz, Patches!
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We have lots of those in my neighbourhood

They are fearless and have attitude.

I caught one digging up some bulbs I planted. I tried to get it to leave with negative results. In a fit of desperation I told it to 'fuck off'. It hissed back at me!!!

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Where I used to live I would store my dog food on the porch in big metal trash cans. The raccoons and opossums would take off the lid, so I had to start tying it closed. One night I heard something scraping around on the porch and sent the dog out to chase it away (which he did quite happily). It must have come back after I went to bed though, because the next morning I found that a raccoon had dragged the can off the porch and halfway across the lawn towards the woods! I guess since he couldn't get the lid off he just decided to take it with him.
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Ok, Patches,...where's snowflake? she could some shit up
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Keeps eating all my feral cats food

Patches keeps trying to kick its ass.
She wont have some creepy ass monster all up on her turf eatin her viddles.

It's only 8:30 and my lights are on and it seriously has some balls to come crawling down my fence when I'm sitting right here I live in the city for gods sake!


make it go away.


so funny!
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Big Grin feral racoon

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It was nice of him/her to pose for you!

Call animal control...I think there is a spray you can use to keep them out.
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I think all Racoons are feral

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Where I used to live I would store my dog food on the porch in big metal trash cans. The raccoons and opossums would take off the lid, so I had to start tying it closed. One night I heard something scraping around on the porch and sent the dog out to chase it away (which he did quite happily). It must have come back after I went to bed though, because the next morning I found that a raccoon had dragged the can off the porch and halfway across the lawn towards the woods! I guess since he couldn't get the lid off he just decided to take it with him.


They are seriously crazy. I was standing right there telling it to go away and it just stared at me I squirted it with a water bottle and it freaked out and started scaling back up the fence all creepy like.
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We have lots of those in my neighbourhood

They are fearless and have attitude.

I caught one digging up some bulbs I planted. I tried to get it to leave with negative results. In a fit of desperation I told it to 'fuck off'. It hissed back at me!!!


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They are harmless though, poor things.
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Harmless? No way.
If they feel threatened or cornered they can attack.
Have you seen their claws?
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There's only one way to get that 'coon to stop coming round: DANCE OFF!
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Should I dance on his head??
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