Vicious Squirrel Attack

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  1. Jfet

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    Every morning its a race to the back porch by the young dogs to eat the squirrel head that has been left by the cat the previous night. The cat sits in the lower limb of the red oak tree. The squirrels move under the limb while distracted by feeding on the acorns. There is a blur of black death coming from above. A muted squeal and the deed is done. Only the heads are found afterwards. I am extremely grateful that my cat only weighs 6 pounds.
     
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  2. Clayton

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    You got a bad cat! Or some wimpy limb rats. I watched our old Siamese catch a grown Fox Squirrel and she quit hunting them after that.
     
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  3. Shawn.54

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    I have to laugh about this my younger son was bitten by a squirrel when he was 5 we were camping in Virginia Beach and the local squirrel population had gotten tired of scrounging for food so they waited until someone was eating would run in as fast as they could bite the hand holding the food when the kid dropped the food squirrel would circle back and grab it.
    We took him to medical center think rabies got interviewed by animal control and was told that my son was 8 bite that week in campground.
    Owners said they new nothing about bitting squirrels but asked me to leave after I killed 2 with hotdog fork.
    So man up leave the big guns and grab a wiener fork if done right you can kill and roast them in a single step.

    By the way my son loves to shoot squirrels
     

  4. edward

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    lucky your still alive.
     

  5. BRICKBURN

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    That is my chuckle for the day. Hilarious.
     
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  6. Royal27

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    Handgun hunting for squirrel in the attic. Now that's dangerous stuff, right @edward ?

    No place to run, no place to hide.

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  7. edward

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    royal27,you got it right,going after a squirrel with to little a gun could be your demise,quick.now macho me uses plenty of gun.scope sighted 454 casull.

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  8. ArmyGrunt

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    You must have been terrified!
     
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  9. edward

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    i wasnt to afraid,the shot was 114 safe yards away,off my atv seat.one of the best shots i ever made.
     
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    I've heard they hunt like the raptors on Jurassic Park. One catches your attention, the others take the flanks. Fierce critters
     
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    Does this count for their ground dwelling cousins? The in-famous prairie dog. Are they just as vicious? I rarely see them so close to humans. Makes me wonder.
     

  12. edward

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    because they eat any humans around.
     
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  13. ArmyGrunt

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    Screenshot_20170123-001826.jpeg they're very strong with the Force
    rambo_prairie_dog_xlarge.jpeg They're great with crew served weapons prairie-dog-1925907__340.jpeg and they'll strangle their own children without remorse.
     
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  14. ArmyGrunt

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    Bringing it back, after the heroic action of sparing this majestic animal FB_IMG_1545727909438.jpeg
     
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  15. thriller

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    I am glad to see this is still going haha
     

  16. ArmyGrunt

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    We must keep the thrill alive!
     

  17. edward

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    come-on.this is serious stuff.
     
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  18. South Dakota Andrew

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    I was attacked from a squirrel walking home in the 4th grade. Grabbed him and whirled his body 30 foot from his head. Tasted great that night.
     

  19. thriller

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    You sir are a brave man to have faced death barehanded in the fourth grade. Haven't you heard of these squirrels reign of terror yet? I commend you on your noble deeds that have saved so many of this eras snowflakes from utter terror.
     

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    Puts me in mind of my great possum battle back when I was about 12 years old. I was coming home on the school bus, and I saw a huge possum plowing through the snow. I jumped out of the bus 50 feet down the road, ditched my books, grabbed a little plumb ax from our basement and intercepted the marsupial as he was working his way toward our chicken coops. He kept hissing and snapping at me but I finally timed his head swings and landed a trio of blows on his head, which took him beyond playing possum. He was about half as big as I was. (I was a little tyke in those days). I dragged him down to the skinning post where we cleaned rabbits (New Zealand Whites), and skinned and gutted him. My mom cooked him up. I think she resigned from cooking possums after that one because he was really fat.
     

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