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  1. Rhonda Mengarelli
    August 15, 2013 @ 4:10 am

    Hmmmm, I live right where this may or may not have taken place. A neighbor was walking his dog the other night and said he seen something large sitting in the street so he was a little nervous about walking his dog any further, so he got up on the sidewalk and kept walking, he said as he got closer it was what he thought to be a Bobcat, he said it let out this loud hiss and took off toward the back of the property.

  2. Bill Bagdi
    August 14, 2013 @ 2:59 pm

    It would be nice to see a video of the hunter missing the shot and the lion tearing apart the hunter and then the hunt leader. I'd let the cat finish it's well deserved meal while holding back rescuers. Shooting an unsuspecting animal, REALLY? What GREAT hunters these people are! I'm not against hunting to put food on the table, but canned hunts are for wooses.

  3. Simon Mutuku Kivuitu
    August 14, 2013 @ 10:26 am

    hi do you like concervation of wildlife.

  4. Jay Sharpe
    August 14, 2013 @ 3:01 am

    we need a ban on all hunting of "big cats" any where in the world, and severe punishments for any one involved, I would sagest hanging anyone involved, but people seem to get upset when I do.

  5. Cindy Ogle
    August 14, 2013 @ 1:08 am

    For those who have never heard of "canned hunting", the video on this page is an eye-opener.

    Lion and tiger (or other) cubs are taken from mothers at days old, often malnourished, drugged and terribly treated, for unsuspecting people to pay money to pet or play with them.

    When they're too old for that, they get sold to be killed in a canned hunt, where they are shot while confined , drugged, or they simply don't run because they're not afraid of humans.

    And it's not just in Africa- it's here too. Don't ever patronize anyplace that lets you pet their cubs. It's dangerous for you and supports horrible living conditions and death for the cats.

  6. Terri Allen
    August 13, 2013 @ 11:06 pm

    They have no right to hunt and bread, for the pleasure of spineless so called hunters, canned hunting is sicking , and they are inhuman , I hate them all.

  7. Dena Clark
    August 13, 2013 @ 11:02 pm

    Carole's story about the reported white tiger is comical, but it also shows another reason why private ownership of exotic cats needs to be outlawed.

    And please read the next article about the sad scam with lion cubs in Africa. They end up in canned hunts! I just can't imagine anyone participating in one of those. And if I find out someone I know has, I will distance myself from them immediately. And permanently. No tolerance.

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