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Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 17:27

Jack 2, it is so that feral cats in the wild are a problem for the native wildlife. That is so here, as well. I work for a conservation organization, and we work closely with government agencies who are concerned and educated to those problems, and have access to scientific studies dealing with the balance and preservation of ecological systems, and have programs to trap and humanely euthanize overpopulated species, and programs to encourage cat owners to confine their animals, for their own safety and that of other kinds of critters that they may prey upon. Feral cats are not a protected species, but their control is better left to professionals who know the local conditions and informed and scientific actions they should take, and can do it cleanly and effectively.

Continued...
Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 17:25

Cont.

I am always saddened at the culling of the deer herds that have grown so large that there isn’t enough food for all of them, leaving them to die slowly and painfully from starvation. But, at least in that case the meat is harvested and distributed to centers that feed the homeless and indigent.

Continued...
Patricia





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posted: 10.09.2009 17:23

Cont.

That, however is a whole different story from people who walk around in the woods, taking some sort of awful, fiendish, unholy pleasure in shooting a defenseless animal, and then discussing it gleefully in order to disgust other people, like a 10 year old who has just been given his first firearm, and hasn’t yet the reverence for life that marks the decent man. I come from a long line of hunters…and my grandfather and my dad had some scathing things to say to any of my brothers caught shooting anything that it wasn’t necessary to kill. You can be sure that they never shot anything for no reason again, or left a wounded animal maimed, or to die painfully because they had been a poor shot. And there is no true woodsman who doesn’t carry that code in his heart.

That is really all I have to say on that subject. Take it or leave it.

Pat

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 10.09.2009 15:46

Hey, Phillis. The bluebonnet seeds I just planted were meant to just develop roots during the winter, and not bloom until next Spring. They aren\'t doing too well, though, my yard is too shady, and we have had altogether too much rain. It seems they like to get dried out after they are sprouted. I do love any blue flower, though, as Annette said, and try to grow them. We\'ll see if they live.

Texas is incredibly beautiful when they are blooming.

P
Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 10.09.2009 15:29

Thanks, Pat, for the welcome and the cleek information. Happy to be back, myself. Bluebonnets are lovely, but like cooler, spring-type weather with lots of sun. Here, they have been dried up and gone for several months. Texas summer is far too hot for them. Good luck with them, tho.
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 13:11

the lizzy one is looking for a toy boy best hop on a plane and go to asia that might be better than a cat and dog in bed

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 11:45

Lizzie before you go to bed don\'t forget to put the cat out to use somebody\'s yard as a toilet and to kill the night birds...............Jack 2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 11:06

Now you 2 old jacks when you go into the bush does anyone take a shot to you..because you know people also mess it up ..just walking in it..as for keeping cats in at night why dont you both try it..as you cant sleep well with old age its very hard i guess without your pills...im off to bed now good night all god bless you ..love lizxxxx
jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 05:34

Jack 1 what you should tell them is that stupid people with cats let them loose in the bush because they don\'t want them any more and they become feral and kill the natural wildlife,so they have to be trapped and destroyed,they are a big problem,so if you are in the bush in Australia and you see a feral cat DESTROY IT
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.09.2009 05:29

Dream on you old goat ..you haa miss you..you got high hopes of yourself..at least im good looking no white hair and slim ..yes younger too..so what about you old fella...well i hope to download some photos soon ..ok please god..ah yes with saturday night to look forward to ..and pick the man of my choice..no not a old man god they are useless..love lizxxxx
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.09.2009 23:28

because i am very smart lizzy one you even missed me
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.09.2009 21:37

Good morning all thank you

the wedding is over but saturday night is the big party ..all welcome ok ..patruca ..jack said to you they kill wild cats well how come they keep missing him so much..give me the cats anytime..i cant understand\'\'annette come on saturday webbie all welcome lots of guinness ok i know who elce will turn up haaa..love lizxxxxx
Annette





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posted: 09.09.2009 21:02

I think I won’t be here the next days. Tomorrow will be our ‘girls’ meeting’ to prepare the last things for our trip in October. And then we got an invitation for a BBQ with friends for next Friday. And on Saturday we will go to a concert in a town about an hour-drive away from us. So, full programme.

Take care all. Off with me to my work again…



Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 09.09.2009 21:01

Hello everybody, I’m just ready with some work and need a break.

Mr Mies, very interesting cougar story. And I’m impressed that there are really so many of them around your place. Be careful. Rocky Racoon causes enough trouble, you know.

Liz, that’s nice you had a great day. I’m a bit late but ‘Congratulations’ to the newly-weds.

I’m out here. The rest of my work is waiting. And the pile of work is rising, too. I have to google ‘Texas Bluebonnets’. Those must be blue flowers. Pat’s favourite colour. By the way Pat, what about your second planting of tomatoes? Are they growing?

Patricia





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posted: 09.09.2009 13:47

Hey, Phillis. Nice to see you again. I planted some Texas Bluebonnets a few weeks ago...don\'t know if they will do well here or not.

Cleeks...Webbie will sometimes put up a link to something on YouTube for us to click on, music we like, often Irish, or something funny or newsworthy. Scroll back and look for them, you\'ll see \"Webbie\" on the left of the post, and they are usually in bold type.

Have a nice day, and \"welcome\" to you.

Pat

jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.09.2009 13:31

have a day off webbie never mind what they say i will back you up forget the cleeks you give them too much as it is
Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 09.09.2009 13:20

what exactly is a cleek?
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 09.09.2009 12:52

Happy Birthday, Sue. I hope you have a great one.



Lordy, Father O\'Mahoney has given us a whole new Beatitude...and I\'m not sure if it was the sentiment or the language used in the assessment of Guinness in America. I claim \"Not Guilty\" on both counts. As an American, I am allowed to express my opinion on anything at all, Free Speech is sacred here, and the term used is perfectly polite Middle English, probably borrowed from the French. Think of the little Manekin Pis in Brussels. Nobody writes new Church Doctrine about that, do they?

Wot??!!! No cleeks this morning?

Hah. Wicked are they that do not post cleeks for they shall be forced to drink something that tastes like horse piss out of cans for the rest of their days.

Bye!

P
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.09.2009 12:19

patty i did not make up any silly story we did catch 15 cats and shot them anything feral is open game there is nothing worse than cats in the wild
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.09.2009 11:46

Hi all well i must say i had a great day at the wedding.it was beautfull the bride and groom where too..ill send some photos ok ..the reception is saturday evening ..so its another night out for this old women haa im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Fr O'Mahoney

Location:
Vatican City State


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posted: 09.09.2009 09:35

God bless this house.

Happy are those who can drink Guinness for their\'s shall be the Kingdom of Heaven.
Mar





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posted: 09.09.2009 05:45

Hello everyone, I don\'t have time now to read and answer your last posts (I\'m at the office right now), but this afternoon I\'ll be flying to my hometown León, and I hope I\'ll have time in the coming days to talk to you all. I hope you\'re all ok and enjoying the end of the summer. Take care and have fun!

P.S.: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SUE!!!!!! HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!!!!
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 09.09.2009 05:10

Mick-Our Dept. of Fish & wildlife estimates the cougar population at about 2400 but they usually underestimate everything.

I remember the song about the Blue Ridge Mountains & the trail of the lonesome pine. We had a trail going up a draw by our house in So. Dak. & beside the trail was the only wild pine tree in about 50 square miles. We had lots of trees, oaks, maple, cottonwoods, ash, walnut, all leaf trees, but only the one pine tree. I wonder if after 50 some years it\'s still standing
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.09.2009 23:34

Thanks for the picture on CAM5 Mark. That excavator looks real familiar, any chance they need any parts for it
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.09.2009 20:57

Good morning all on this lovely day thank god..thank you miclin ..ill have a drink on you and everyone here..then fal on my back haaaaa..just kidding about the fall..its a soft drink..hey whats going on patrica did webbie say something bad to you ive not being reading right through..tell me women ill sort him out ok ..love lizxxxx