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    Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Shameful

    If they got close enough to shoot it , they could have darted it and returned it to the zoo alive and well

    Bet the bloody farmers were moaning about a few sheep the animal may or may not have attacked and the local council decided she was a risk to public safety !!! What a joke , she's not a big cat ff sake , she was probably more scared of people !

    Local zoo is outdated and rightly so

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    I meant to say local zoo is outraged

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    Is that your Modus Operandi with the ladies get close enough and dart them ?

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    Zooís are outdated as well.
    Pissed me right off this morning when I read that.

    On another note itís high time we see Farage and all the other fox hunting kents getting charged with illegal slaughter.
    Been getting away with it for years, unfortunately itíll fall on deaf ears whilst the Torys are in power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob Banker Spanker View Post
    Zooís are outdated as well.
    Pissed me right off this morning when I read that.



    On another note itís high time we see Farage and all the other fox hunting kents getting charged with illegal slaughter.
    Been getting away with it for years, unfortunately itíll fall on deaf ears whilst the Torys are in power.
    Fox hunting is a ****ing disgrace

    The number of lambs .....which we slaughter to eat once they are old enough .....killed by foxes is nothing compared to those stillborn or lost due to the cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by insider View Post
    Is that your Modus Operandi with the ladies get close enough and dart them ?
    No comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by insider View Post
    Is that your Modus Operandi with the ladies get close enough and dart them ?
    Probaby wearing Lynx to attract them.

    Disgraceful though, we imprison an animal for our amusement, when it has the audacity to follow it's natural instincts and escape we kill it. Us humans eh?

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    Humanely destroyed!!! despicable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelsonca61 View Post
    Humanely destroyed!!! despicable.
    Yes, shot. If you consider that humane.
    I agree with Sludge, again, that the farmers who run Ceredigion no doubt been moaning to their councillors. This poor animal, barely larger than a cat was no threat to humans or sheep.
    Bastards.
    I visit Borth a lot in the summer. I will make a bee line, so to speak, for the zoo. These people who have only owned it a few months deserve support, even I do have reservations about zoos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elytillidie View Post
    Probaby wearing Lynx to attract them.

    Disgraceful though, we imprison an animal for our amusement, when it has the audacity to follow it's natural instincts and escape we kill it. Us humans eh?
    Humanity will bring its own demise

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Yes, shot. If you consider that humane.
    I agree with Sludge, again, that the farmers who run Ceredigion no doubt been moaning to their councillors. This poor animal, barely larger than a cat was no threat to humans or sheep.
    Bastards.
    I visit Borth a lot in the summer. I will make a bee line, so to speak, for the zoo. These people who have only owned it a few months deserve support, even I do have reservations about zoos.
    Good man

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy corbyn View Post
    Yes, shot. If you consider that humane.
    I agree with Sludge, again, that the farmers who run Ceredigion no doubt been moaning to their councillors. This poor animal, barely larger than a cat was no threat to humans or sheep.
    Bastards.
    I visit Borth a lot in the summer. I will make a bee line, so to speak, for the zoo. These people who have only owned it a few months deserve support, even I do have reservations about zoos.
    Well .. indeed.
    Hard to know what to think, or where the problem starts with this one, but the poor ol Big Puss did not deserve to have it's life terminated, that is for sure.

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Shameful

    If they got close enough to shoot it , they could have darted it and returned it to the zoo alive and well

    Bet the bloody farmers were moaning about a few sheep the animal may or may not have attacked and the local council decided she was a risk to public safety !!! What a joke , she's not a big cat ff sake , she was probably more scared of people !

    Local zoo is outdated and rightly so
    A tranquilizer dart takes at least 10 minutes to take effect, a scaredy cat can cover a fair distance in 10 mins.
    An Eurasian lynx can bring down wild boar, chamois, young moose, roe deer, red deer, and reindeer.
    So it's not a little pussy cat.
    What would you have said if it had attacked a child?

    Shooting it dead was the right call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    A tranquilizer dart takes at least 10 minutes to take effect, a scaredy cat can cover a fair distance in 10 mins.
    An Eurasian lynx can bring down wild boar, chamois, young moose, roe deer, red deer, and reindeer.
    So it's not a little pussy cat.
    What would you have said if it had attacked a child?

    Shooting it dead was the right call.
    Someone putting a bullet in you would most certainly be the right call

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    BOOM

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Someone putting a bullet in you would most certainly be the right call
    Harsh but fair

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Someone putting a bullet in you would most certainly be the right call
    I agree with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    A tranquilizer dart takes at least 10 minutes to take effect, a scaredy cat can cover a fair distance in 10 mins.
    An Eurasian lynx can bring down wild boar, chamois, young moose, roe deer, red deer, and reindeer.
    So it's not a little pussy cat.
    What would you have said if it had attacked a child?

    Shooting it dead was the right call.
    How many kids ,animals did it attack in all the time it was loose.None so why shoot it.

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    How many kids ,animals did it attack in all the time it was loose.None so why shoot it.
    So you would be happy to let a killing machine roam around? I've already posted the size of prey they take down.
    The people who shot it knew the danger it posed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    So you would be happy to let a killing machine roam around? I've already posted the size of prey they take down.
    The people who shot it knew the danger it posed.
    He wouldnít be roaming around if he had a dart put in him you mug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    So you would be happy to let a killing machine roam around? I've already posted the size of prey they take down.
    The people who shot it knew the danger it posed.
    How many kids or wildlife did it kill

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    How many kids or wildlife did it kill
    How many would it have killed ? The fecking thing got to eat

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    It was cornered and murdered on a caravan park. They are fecking empty at this time of year. I am pretty sure its the one almost next door to the zoo. I've stayed on there. Saw a few pussies but never a big cat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    How many would it have killed ? The fecking thing got to eat
    They put food out for it ,how many kids did attack

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    They put food out for it ,how many kids did attack
    It's easy for you to say that, you don't live in the area.
    Would you feel the same if it was let loose near your kids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    It's easy for you to say that, you don't live in the area.
    Would you feel the same if it was let loose near your kids?
    Do you know any thing about a lynx,thay would rather run away from a human than confront them,so it would not be a threat.

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    Do you know any thing about a lynx,thay would rather run away from a human than confront them,so it would not be a threat.
    From a wildlife expert

    “We tend to forget that we’ve now got 65 million people in the UK so actually reintroducing lynx is absolutely disastrous for us as a population,”
    “Lynx kill sheep and they are a danger to the public on walks around the countryside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    From a wildlife expert

    “We tend to forget that we’ve now got 65 million people in the UK so actually reintroducing lynx is absolutely disastrous for us as a population,”
    “Lynx kill sheep and they are a danger to the public on walks around the countryside
    A load of bolloks how many people have been attacked world wide i bet it is zero.

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    With respect Tandy , I don't agree with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    From a wildlife expert

    “We tend to forget that we’ve now got 65 million people in the UK so actually reintroducing lynx is absolutely disastrous for us as a population,”
    “Lynx kill sheep and they are a danger to the public on walks around the countryside
    Who is this expert ?

    They are about the size of a Springer spaniel !

    Puma , yes

    Lynx .......how the feck was it going to attack a child ?

    I think it was a shameful act to kill a beautiful animal , local farmers probably sticking their nose in , those cruel bastards who support fox hunting etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepster View Post
    A load of bolloks how many people have been attacked world wide i bet it is zero.
    It's not much bigger than a Springer spaniel

    Mind you if it had got hold of some speed ?

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    Forget humans, the thing was probably freightened to feck of vehicles.

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Who is this expert ?

    They are about the size of a Springer spaniel !

    Puma , yes

    Lynx .......how the feck was it going to attack a child ?

    I think it was a shameful act to kill a beautiful animal , local farmers probably sticking their nose in , those cruel bastards who support fox hunting etc
    Foxes are vermin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    Foxes are vermin
    The word vermin is used by people to describe something they don't like

    The fact is , the fox is our last apex predator left and if you don't fence in your chickens it's natural instincts will be to kill as many as possible as food is hard to come by in the winter , they are not mindless killers

    Unlike the people who hunt them down with packs of dogs and set terriers on their cubs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    Foxes are vermin
    Gorgeous creatures. We had one living at the bottom of the garden this year. Friendly thing who was shit scared of my cat.
    Donít deserved to be ripped to shreds by fecking toffs.

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    Re: Escaped lynx shot dead for ****s sake

    A fox will kill every chicken in the coup, not because it's hungry just for the hell of it.
    The quicker the fox are eradicated the safer chickens will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tandy View Post
    A fox will kill every chicken in the coup, not because it's hungry just for the hell of it.
    The quicker the fox are eradicated the safer chickens will be.
    No you are completely wrong , foxes are scavengers and opportunistic killers ......they will kill a pen of chickens because they are wild animals and tend to bury what they have killed to preserve it .......they often return to chicken pens the night after a kill to make sure the food source is still there ....of course generally it isn't .......as the people who have failed to pen in their chickens properly have cleared up .......instead of accepting this is how a wild animal works they blame the fox

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob Banker Spanker View Post
    Gorgeous creatures. We had one living at the bottom of the garden this year. Friendly thing who was shit scared of my cat.
    Donít deserved to be ripped to shreds by fecking toffs.
    Indeed , beautiful wild animals

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    Indeed , beautiful wild animals
    Saw three fox cubs from the train as it was pulling out of Barry Docks a while back. They were unsure about the train, moving towards it, then away. Beautiful. I looked up the carriage to see if anyone else noticed this fantastic sight, but, naturally they were all heads down on their life support machines sending text messages. A few weeks back I saw an adult fox asleep in full view in broad daylight at the same spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elytillidie View Post
    Saw three fox cubs from the train as it was pulling out of Barry Docks a while back. They were unsure about the train, moving towards it, then away. Beautiful. I looked up the carriage to see if anyone else noticed this fantastic sight, but, naturally they were all heads down on their life support machines sending text messages. A few weeks back I saw an adult fox asleep in full view in broad daylight at the same spot.
    They are beautiful animals , I was out walking in the lanes a few summers ago in the early evening ........all of a sudden a young fox appeared in front of me , we sort of both froze and after looking at me for about ten seconds he just turned his back and gently vanished into the field

    I can't believe people take pleasure from hunting down a wild animal with dogs until it is exhausted and tearing it to bits , the death for a fox is rarely quick , the hounds often take some time to kill it .....don't believe the nonsense from the countryside alliance , the league against cruel sports have extensive videos which are too distressing to post online

    As far as I am concerned those who enjoy fox hunting are in the same league as the people who go badger baiting or illegal dog fighting

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