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Anyone Looking To Adopt a Puma?

That is without a doubt the LARGEST pussy that I have ever seen.... :eek:
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As a general point, we don't adopt animals here, unless, well, they or their eggs can be consumed. A big cat, well I am giggling, but will have to leave it there, as without any specific reference to extracurricular adult activities. Well wishes to your endeavors. :s0155:
 
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No thanks, I prefer the two legged kind. That being said, a buddy of mine had a 35+# pet bobcat. That thing was mean as sh!t!!! He used to feed it road kill. I'm surprised he didn't feed it ex-wives, he did have a lot of those.
Laughed hard when I read this. Is this true? He had a bobcat just cruising around the house like a house cat?
 
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As a general point, we don't adopt animals here, unless, well, they or their eggs can be consumed. A big cat, well I am giggling, but will have to leave it there, as without any specific reference to extracurricular adult activities. Well wishes to your endeavors. :s0155:

You must have a HUGE frying pan..... :s0140:
 
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Is this true? He had a bobcat just cruising around the house like a house cat?
I believe it.
My Ex nephew in law has an aunt & uncle who live on a very unique 'ranch like' property outside of Sisters.
Anyway they have all manner of animals and this included a bobcat.
My niece didn't like it and said it 'roamed' around and still appeared somewhat 'wild' and once said she 'didn't trust it'.
 
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I have a friend who raised a cougar from a cub and had several other rescue cougars (owners gave them up because they couldn't care for them anymore) and some wolves. He also has several bobcats.

I petted the cougar he raised - it was fairly tame but very strong. He let the cougar roam thru the house from time to time once it was full grown - it had cage both inside the house and a much larger one outside - it could go back and forth between them (thru a door) as it saw fit. Unfortunately it got sick and died. He had several dogs and house cats too that shared the home with the cougar.
 

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