some kinda animal

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  1. BETH

    BETH Well-Known Member

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    walking in the middle of the street smaller than a shepard big ears i think it was greyish long tail round but not fury at all pointy nose? Is it a yote?
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    More than likely
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    Sounds like a coyote
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    Shoot it and send it to the white house. Bozo loves to eat dog.

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    Coyote, Fox or a Coy Dog more than likely. One of the three I'd say.
    This time of year with the WARM weather, they shed alot of thier fur, or it thins out.
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    Dang Jack, you've been wacki'n those Fox about right!
    NICE!
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    All of those look healthier than the mangy, scruffy Coyotes we have here in Southern California.
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    i think it looked more like Jack's picture but like i said tail was weird practically no fur just long and round i talked to him and he just stood there and listened to me then turned and went away?
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    could have been a fox with mange.
    common in summer in naugy valley.
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    I used to hunt and trap coyotes as a teenager in Kansas in the 70's and 80's and there were some really nice animals with beautiful pelts and some not so nice looking ones, but, the biggest and best looking one i've ever seen was one night about midnight in Beverly Hills a few years ago. Obviously fattened up on cats and poodles and rich peoples pets, it looked like it weighed 70 lbs.
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    Certainly not down here in Riverside County.. hot, dry, brown. It won't be too long before they start coming down out of the hills.
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    Do you know anywhere close by that we can hunt them? By close by I mean SoCal.
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    i should have payed attention to the color
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    I would have to ask at the Shootist. I know that there is stiff competition for wild pig tags in the Santa Ana river basin near Norco, but I've heard nothing about Coyotes unless its a ranch owner or a declared urban hazard.
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    CHUPACABRA !!!
  17. BETH

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    i would say it must have been a fox because it was small
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    Jack the one that is hanging that looks black that's a fox also
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    the black one is a feral cat yes its a bit bigger than the average moggy ..

    and foxes often have mange on their tails and have no fur their as a result
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    a feral kitty cat or wild cat?
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