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RE: Re: coyotes

This is coyote country here. Sugar stays on a tether when she's out for
many reasons. 1. she doesn't belong in the neighbor's yards. 2. we live
on the only main street in town, I will not have her hit. 3. when the
coyotes and hawks are around - I'm right here. I can moniter her
movements. 4. I will not have her eating my birdies!!

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Wed, 8 Oct 2003 18:52:51 -0500

>Tony, be careful of the coyotes... they will take on anything if they
>are hungry enough. I have been told many times by the authorities ... if
>you got a clean shot, take it lady... and I live in a city! (small but
>still, I would never risk it, way too many kids around here too)
>The problem with ours is due to us- they were here first, and the way
>this town expanded.... they didn't have time to find somewhere else. The
>other issue is they are hanging out by the grade school... and upset
>parents are worried about small children walking up to them, do not want
>to think about what could happen. Been running them off, but they
>continue to come back there... not sure what they are going to do about
>And Tony- weather here is great! Eighty today, too bad I am stuck
>indoors today.... feels like summer is back.:)
>> > coyote,
>> Just last week, close to town, one of those "critters" got some ones
>> for
>> dinner. They sneek in once in awhile & will be back if they know there
>> more in these urban areas.
>> Maybe people will learn to keep them in at night. I hate it when my
>> neighbors across the street let theirs out at night for a potty run.
>> you guessed it, it heads for Tonys' nice dry & soft spots under the
>> I
>> try to keep it wet, but sometimes I forget to do it. Some one told me
>> put
>> a mulch like layer of cedar shreddings down?? I will NOT harm it in
>> way.
>> It stays out of the back yard because Baron goes in / out all the time
>> through his doggie door.
>> Tony Veca  <><
>> Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
>> Vancouver, WA  USA
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Kemp TX/zone 8A


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