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A cougar attacked and killed a dog walking with its owner on a trail near Ronald[,WA] Monday evening.

Cougar kills dog walking with owner on Kittitas County trail


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We had them pretty much in check until the bunnyhuggers misinformed the uninformed voters of Washington state.:mad::mad::mad:

Quote" In 1996 Washington state voters passed Initiative 655, banning the use of hounds to hunt cougars. Since then, local governments and citizens expressed growing concerns with personal safety; livestock losses; attacks on pets; and the impacts of cougars on other wildlife populations. In 1995, the year before the hound-hunting ban, cougar-related complaints were about 200; the first year the ban was in place the complaints more than doubled and in 2000, the number rose to over 900. "Quote
 

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We had them pretty much in check until the bunnyhuggers misinformed the uninformed voters of Washington state.:mad::mad::mad:

Quote" In 1996 Washington state voters passed Initiative 655, banning the use of hounds to hunt cougars. Since then, local governments and citizens expressed growing concerns with personal safety; livestock losses; attacks on pets; and the impacts of cougars on other wildlife populations. In 1995, the year before the hound-hunting ban, cougar-related complaints were about 200; the first year the ban was in place the complaints more than doubled and in 2000, the number rose to over 900. "Quote
We had them pretty much in check until the bunnyhuggers misinformed the uninformed voters of Washington state.:mad::mad::mad:

Quote" In 1996 Washington state voters passed Initiative 655, banning the use of hounds to hunt cougars. Since then, local governments and citizens expressed growing concerns with personal safety; livestock losses; attacks on pets; and the impacts of cougars on other wildlife populations. In 1995, the year before the hound-hunting ban, cougar-related complaints were about 200; the first year the ban was in place the complaints more than doubled and in 2000, the number rose to over 900. "Quote
Yeabut at least it served to make the government bigger what with all the claims, reviews and "approval" hoopty doos when livestock etc. is decimated. And now a government hunter will be dispatched (with dogs).. all on the taxpayers dime.
it really is for the best
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I'm not surprised. I frequently encounter women power walking in the woods, by themselves, with headphones, during hunting season.
I wish I were making that up.
I once had a conversation with one of these women. She wanted to know why I had a rifle and orange vest.
She said there was nothing to hunt out there.
I told her she had deer, elk, black bear, cougar, rabbit and grouse all on the trail she was currently standing on.
She shook her head and said those things aren't out here.
I said, "ma'am I've got a deer head at home that says otherwise. I saw the cougar last week and that's bear bubblegum." I pointed to some only a few feet away.
Well she turned and power walked straight home.
 
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We have a 10 lb Chihuahua(not my idea)and a 10 lb house cat. The dog is scared of the cat and the cat rules the roost. Just got a new kitten in addition to the existing cat and the dog is about ready to have a nervous breakdown. Cats are an alpha predator and pound for pound are more than a match for any animal their size and in many cases for animals larger than them.
 
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