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Re: ok- this is just unbelievable

Melody, you must not have coyotes there.  Here in suburban 
Westchester, coyotes are a major threat to cats and small
dogs.  And Northern Harriers might not take a large feral
cat, but they would surely take any kittens.

In a message dated 04/27/2005 6:31:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:
Auralie: Thanks for the info. I guess it just surprises me because our
little town has a rather large colony of feral cats and it doesn't seem
very safe to me...but I'm not a bird so how do I know? They come back to
the exact same spot year after year, so I guess they know something I
don't. :-)

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