Let them in;)
Mr. bigshot reporter Tony Tighe is trying to be the hero warning people to watch their pets. Oh shut up prompter monkey.
In Calgary those bobcats are in more danger from the local population than a danger themselves. If mamma bobcat doesn’t be careful she and her babies will wind up as a delicacy in the meat cooler of some “exotic east asian” restaurant.
very cute .. serious claws
I’d be tempted to let them in. Hah
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If I lived in that house I would definitely let them and I wouldn’t want to let them go. These are seriously cute kitties.
They are insanely cute, and they would utterly destroy your house. I’d still let them in.
They seem like they would make good pets. Almost like a cross between a dog and a cat
He’s scent marking that kid.
I would let them into an abandoned shed at their back of my property, just for the fun of watching them destroy it. But not my house. My wife is armed and she would kill me.
You would be screaming to let them go within an hour.
I saw a real live bobcat (could have been a lynx, I can’t tell the difference) walking up my driveway when I lived in northern Ontario (French River/Sudbury area). I have never seen one before or since. They are pretty rare creatures.
They are becoming more common now, like possums.
These are cute, but very feral. I would not recommend letting them in unless you plan on completely redecorating and renovating your home. I once watched a bobcat munch through an external electrical cord and get a serious shock. The cat fled, but left two teeth embedded in the rubber of the electrical cord. Poor pussycat. Hunting will never be the same for him….
When we were kids back in North Bay, I remember a groups of us “getting back” at a horrible new principal who had pissed on everybody’s parade (incl. many parents) for the entire year. Come summer vacation, Mr. Principal locks up his house and takes off with his wife for an extended vacation.
A few of us “introduced” a few squirrels into his basement, then boarded up the tiny window we had broken to do so. Six weeks later, when Mr. Principal and the missus returned home from their holiday, there was little “home” to return to once they opened the font door. It is AMAZING what a half dozen small, panicked rodents looking for food can do to a contemporary bungalow structure.