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We call him "Tough Cat"

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I stole this post from the New York forum area. I thought it was funny as heck. B3B is the original poster and I hope he does not mind me reposting it. I figure you guys would get a kick out of it. Its one of the first things my wife has liked on FM..

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Check out these pics from our back yard deer cam, we never seen this cat before his appearance on the cam at a container of fish guts!!

First you can see he's mad.

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Then you can see why, but he ain't backin' down!!;

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Still Eatin' and the coyote ain't..

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Coyote gone, new Friends that are Vegetarian, and don't eat fish guts..

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Earlier he chased a 'possum away too..

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Ah, my good friend Billy Three Buckets! He sent these to me in an email. Very cool. I would never thought a cat would sit like that with a 'yote hanging around.

Billy is a great fella, and has fished LOW with us a few times.

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Most food disputes in the animal kingdom are usually settled by bluff. Neither the cat or the yote want to take it to the next level, especially over some B3B scraps, knowing Bill myself, I'm guessing that there isn't a sliver of fishmeat left in that gut bucket. cool.gifgrin.gifcool.gif

Cool shots Bill, be sure to post more.

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It could be that the 'yote got one of Billy's armidillo jalepeno eggs in the past and was using the cat as a tester first.

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Gissert,

do you know what camera your buddy out east has?? I am looking at getting one and those pics looked pretty good. Thanks

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Not sure, throw up a post on the New York Forum for B3B and he'll be glad to tell you!

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Duffman,

....... B U R R R P ...excuse me blush.gif

crappace,

It's a Moultrie I-60 and I like it allot. If you get one though, go to the Moultrie internet site;

Moultrie camera update site

and get the latest updates for your camera to avoid white-outs. To be honest, I didn't have much of a "whiteout" problem with this camera since I first got it.

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