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    Trash Panda Season

    It's that time of year folks! Trash Panda Season! This is #2, a small, nasty lil' bugger. Soon to be relocated down the road where it can make all kinds of new friends.
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    GET OFF MY LAWN!

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    You sure it’s not just #1 with a cage fetish and likes long drives in the country?

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    How about a quick swimming lesson defore the drive?
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    lol I didn't know what a trash panda was. Very fitting

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    Mine don't leave the cage trap alive...

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    I have caught two this year. They are buzzard food.

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    They make great hats.

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    Never had an issue with raccoons. Most issues I hear about is the big ones writing off cars when hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIR VEYOR View Post
    You sure it’s not just #1 with a cage fetish and likes long drives in the country?
    Sounds like a tinder greeting.
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    I caught this guy one year. Look at the hair missing on his front legs. He liked dry cat food. He was one angry monster when I let him go. I read somewhere that they eat the ticks that get attached to them. I might be mistaken. It might be a possum that does that. Last year i heard a shrieking noise in a tree out back of my place. My neighbour told me that a cougar chased a raccoon up one of his trees. The racoon had half a tail. Not sure if the cat did that. Cat never got the racoon.
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    It doesn't matter whether the gun they have is illegal or not they don't care about laws in the first place. You could make every gun illegal and you would still have these guys armed to the teeth it's not laws against guns we need laws against criminals !

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