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Re: ??????

Now raccoons are a real problem.  They can kill a dog, and have
done to a couple that I have known.  We have had several cases of
our cats being injured by raccoons, and we're sure that's what killed
our big old tom a couple of years ago.
In a message dated 3/8/2010 7:36:42 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
bonnie_holmes@comcast.net writes:

The program we saw on skunks stated that the skunk doesn't really have
much spray material. So, it will give lots of warnings before spraying.
A segment showed a mountain lion interested but it took the warnings and
backed off. A coyote kept pestering the skunk, ignored the warning and
got a spray when it attacked. Our dogs are inside at night so we seldom
have a problem. They have gotten hurt more by raccoons.

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