See you in Valhalla. Today just after lunch, my parents sent me a text that my dog, Bae, and cat, Rocco, who run around everyhere together, were both attacked b Dog cat feels
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See you in Valhalla. Today just after lunch, my parents sent me a text that my dog, Bae, and cat, Rocco, who run around everyhere together, were both attacked b

Today just after lunch, my parents sent me a text that my dog, Bae, and cat, Rocco, who run around everyhere together, were both attacked by coyotes that run through their neighborhood in rural north Texas. Bae tried to run the dogs off after one had nipped Rocco in the hind leg. The 'yotes swarmed Bae while Rocco was trying to climb a tree to safety. Sitting in a vet clinic right now hoping Rocco makes it. They tore Bae to pieces.

Sorry for the sad post (and keep your thumbs, I'm a newfag)...but that dog was one loyal mother ******.

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #14 - bitchitroll
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damn coyotes. now i have even more of a reason to kill them

im sorry for what they have done. i hope you were able to enjoy the time you had with your loyal friend
User avatar #16 to #14 - aiana
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They're just doing what's natural for their kind. They need to feed and live aswel. You have to remember that it was probably their home long before we decided to invade.
We have to respect that (thank ****) we share a planet with all sorts of other animals.
I feel sorry for the owner but hunting coyotes for revenge or anything but making sure that they don't grow sick with owerpopulation is not the right way to go.
User avatar #17 to #16 - bitchitroll
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hunting coyotes because they kill cattle on the neighboring farm and chase your horses is a damn good reason
User avatar #18 to #17 - aiana
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No, not really. Secure your farm against coyotes if you decide to move to coyote land. It's not the coyotes fault that it was born that way. Nor is it it's fault that people decided to have easy pray in their area.
Thinking that they're going to leave it alone cause you think they should, is like putting food infront of a dog and leaving the room, thinking it won't eat it and then blame the dog after cause it ate it.
Your logic is flawed.
#50 to #18 - teenytinyspider
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>secure your farm against coyotoes

LOL what!?

That's impossible! They'll find a way in! We have just as much a right to defend our lives and the animals on our property just as much as they have a right to come hunting.
User avatar #53 to #50 - aiana
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I didn't say you shouldn't defend your lifestock if they actually run in. But actually going out actively hunting them for revenge of them being what they are just seems wrong to me.
User avatar #21 to #18 - bitchitroll
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my logic is flawed because coyotes have figured out a way to get past a fence? we have tried wood, electric, and barbed wire. there isnt a "keeping them out" they will always find a way in. go talk to anybody who keeps animals in fields, they have to kill coyotes from time to time because BIG ******* SURPRISE they found a way onto your land and found out you have a readily available source of food for them so they are going to keep coming back and finding ways in to get to the food that is in an enclosed space and has nowhere to run to
User avatar #22 to #21 - aiana
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Yea.. Surprise, there are coyotes in coyote land. Shocker. They eat prey. SHOCKER.
User avatar #23 to #22 - bitchitroll
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SURPRISE coyotes arent native to kentucky so it isnt their land.
User avatar #24 to #23 - aiana
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You say they aren't native to Kentucky well I'm sorry to break it to you but nature doesn't give a damn about clasifications as "native". Nor does humans.
We and they invade whatever seems to be in the best interest of us.
I can't really sympathise with you. You really just gotta learn to live with the fact that such things happen and that's just how nature works.
Hunting for revenge is just not a good way to go.
I'm 100% certain that there is a way to get fences that are coyote proof and you just have to figure out what that is.
User avatar #25 to #24 - bitchitroll
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i currently live in the city away from the farm and i have caught coyotes trying to find a way through my fence to get in my yard. the second one finds a way on to my property my native american ass is gonna open fire on them legally and i will be sure to send you pictures of each one i kill so you can cry to sleep knowing that i killed a coyote to protect something i have cared for and fed. in a situation where you had to shoot a person that was attacking a family member of yours to save them im sure you would. just like i am willing to shoot a predator trying to harm something i love.

in short go cry to PETA i will still kill them legally
User avatar #26 to #25 - aiana
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I'm not a fan of PETA tbh. They're too extreme. But so are you. Try widening your horisont and look at the bigger picture. I hunt and fish too. But I don't go on a revenge ravage cause some animal did what was in it's nature. I've been bitten, run down, trapled and whatnot cause of handling animals over the years but I wouldn't hunt for revenge.
I still can't sympathise with someone who thinks that way. That is what I can't agree with.
User avatar #28 to #26 - bitchitroll
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the farm is my grandmothers main income. what happens if coyotes come in and kill everything? then what? she has lost most of her money. what about the people who are renting the land so they can put a horse in with ours? what happens when it gets killed? she looses money and has to pay for the horse. coyotes are an invasive species and because they are hunting enough are moving into the city and killing pets
User avatar #29 to #28 - bitchitroll
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arent hunted*
User avatar #30 to #28 - whiteblob
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*humans are an invasive species and I'm sorry but what aiana said is correct, you are human you can find a way to keep them out.
User avatar #31 to #30 - bitchitroll
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ok i dare you to get a farm and have it be the main source of income. you will find the easiest, most effective, and cheapest way is $5.17 a box
User avatar #32 to #31 - whiteblob
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Sorry but why would I do something that would cause me discomfort and just cause an economy problem? I'm just saying that it's wrong to call them invaders and kill them just like that. You should at least feel a little remorse and not kill all of them like if you were just doing it out of vengeance I mean don't hate them, try to reason that it's just what nature does. It's not like they say oh you know what lets go cause bitchitroll grandmas some problems.
User avatar #33 to #32 - bitchitroll
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if coyotes arent a problem then dont worry about them but if you live in an area where they threaten your way of life then shoot them. when they cant get enough food because they arent hunted enough and they start to over populate they move into the cities and kill pets. coyotes have moved into my neighborhood and are killing pets. they still have animals that arent fenced in they can get to but are trying to find a way through my fence to my dog. the second one is on my property it will be shot and killed. i will not just sit back and let animals i have cared for and fed daily get hurt because "oh a coyote is a predator and thats just what they do"
User avatar #34 to #32 - bitchitroll
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and as for invaders, they didnt make it to kentucky until the 1940s. in the 70 years they have been here they have become such a problem that there used to be a bounty of $50 per coyote killed
#51 to #30 - teenytinyspider
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There IS no way to keep them out. I've seen MANY farmers and ranchers TRY and TRY to keep them out. There isn't unless I missed something.
User avatar #19 to #18 - aiana
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their*
User avatar #20 to #19 - aiana
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prey*
#92 to #14 - Gedziuzzz
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That's how nature works faggot. Deal with it.
That's how nature works faggot. Deal with it.
#27 to #14 - luluwho
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This is the stupidity,  yes ?  It is indeed stupid.
This is the stupidity, yes ? It is indeed stupid.
User avatar #72 - MrBlak [OP]
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In case any of you read through these comments and find this update, Rocco is doing fine. He's still at the vet and has to stay there through Tuesday. He's on sedatives and looks like Frankenstein from the stomach to his tail. And worse off, he's gotta wear a goofy assed cone over his head, but they expect him to recover back to normal.
User avatar #97 to #72 - sasyboncho
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I don't know if he'll ever be normal, but I hope that he can cope with what happened .
User avatar #74 to #72 - blarglestheclown
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hey man Im from Florida I know coyotes are considered pests here and probably in Texas too. so you should be allowed to kill those coyotes that got your dog.
If they are already that close yo your house and damaging your property (I say this in a legal sense, because I know my pets are more than property to me as yours probably are too you) you have full right to pop some caps in their asses.
#83 - urikhi
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Brothers, let us honor and raise a glass for the brave soul.
#85 - knitey
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This made me sad
This made me sad
User avatar #37 - hhanako
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holy ****, how many coyotes were there that a dog like that couldn't take them?
User avatar #38 to #37 - MrBlak [OP]
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He's not very big. He was an inch or two shorter than the average coyote.
User avatar #39 to #38 - hhanako
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ohhh. sorry mate, that sucks. i hope the coyotes in my area don't find their way into my yard, they're huge here, easily pushing 75 lbs
User avatar #40 to #39 - MrBlak [OP]
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Wow, that's bigger than we got here in North Texas. Ours are the size of medium dogs.
#108 - sapphiresz
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(09/15/2013) [-]
They came up onto our front porch and ripped the skin off my new puppy's little body. Why ? To me they are without honor, the hyenas of North America... We need Mufassa.
User avatar #56 - roflstorm
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Find those coyotes
And become Karma by tearing them all
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User avatar #41 - hoban
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Sorry for your loss mate, all the best for your cat. Heartbreaking story
User avatar #42 to #41 - MrBlak [OP]
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Thanks for the support. I means a lot.
#36 - Bloodgartham
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The cat LEFT Bae? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
The cat LEFT Bae? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
User avatar #46 to #36 - vladhellsing
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This post reminds me of a comic that was posted here a while ago. A cat climbs up to a tree branch and proclaims itself king. A dog then tries to climb the tree also but keeps falling down, which the cat laughs at. The dog then goes and sits on a nearby tree stump and proclaims itself a knight.
User avatar #54 to #36 - adu
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Rocco just didn't want Bae's sacrifice to be in vain... Would you prefer it if they had watched each other die?
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