8/5/06

Here, kitty kitty.

The other day I was driving to the store and I saw a sign hung on a tree at the corner of my street about 200 yards from my house. I don't know why I decided to check it out -- I figured it was probably some left-over garage sale sign or something. I pulled up next to it and saw this:



Great. I think it's safe to say that I won't be covering myself in raw bacon and running through the woods naked.

Well, not anymore, anyway.

11 comments:

  1. Lol great sign. I love all the "factoids" at the bottom about how the cat looked skinny.

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  2. OH MY GOD A DANGEROUS MOUNTAIN LION!!! RUN! RUUNN-oh wait. That one's more of a medium brown than tan. Never mind. FALSE ALARM, EVERYONE!

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  3. That was me, actually. There's a new age retreat in your area.

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  4. I love the "Speed: Very Fast!"

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  5. They can't be serious. "Ears-close to head." As opposed to what? Dumbo like ears that cats trips on while chasing prey leading to the very skinny apperance?

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  6. A wild animal, large cat, 5 years in the bush hunting animals? Fast? Who woulda thunk it.

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  7. Not fast -- VERY fast!

    Also, I loved how they made special mention of tail length.

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  8. Why couldn't they just have written down "mountain lion" and post a picture of it? Cyclists in So Cal are being attacked by them left and right.

    If your hot porno squirrels suddenly disappear you know what got them.

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  9. Lol! Weird neighbors you have! Hopefully they won't go try to shoot the poor cat though. Just keep a close eye on any potential prey, as the sign warns, and the animal will move back to the woods from whence it came.

    Or, better yet, why don't people stop moving into its territory? The only reason wild animals like this one are anywhere near humans is because we are moving farther and farther into the woods without any thought to where the animals will go when we bulldoze down their homes. If people would just leave the woods to the animals and not build houses there we wouldn't have to worry about mountain lions attacking Muffy and Junior on our streets.

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  10. Well, technically, there isn't supposed to be any mountain lions around here. Not since the 1800s, anyway.

    I say we use Muffy and Junior as bait to see what's what.

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  11. I think he's probably just fast. If he was very fast he wouldn't be so skinny.

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