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Do you have a link for that?
it sounds like a convenient way for a Chupacabra eating barbarian to excuse his crytid crimes.
He is a very private person. I do not want to jeopardize an otherwise beneficial relationship.
 

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I’m expecting news of Chupacabra virus to be coming from Arkansas any day now.
I hope you are ready for the next pandemic and the riots because of your in humane dining habits.
 

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I’m expecting news of Chupacabra virus to be coming from Arkansas any day now.
I hope you are ready for the next pandemic and the riots because of your in humane dining habits.
They will have to rename it. That is just too hard to pronounce.
 

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If the owl did this. Why?? Was it cold? Was the owl going to have a picnic?
 

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If the owl did this. Why?? Was it cold? Was the owl going to have a picnic?
I was thinking the blanket smelling like an animal might have drove the owl to mistake it for prey.

It would be nice to know what did it.
 

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There’s a picture online of a cougar that hauled a backpack up a tree. Why not a blanket if it smelled like prey?
keep your puppies safe, @Cornhusker . I’m sure you have plenty of cougar in Nebraska.
 

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There’s a picture online of a cougar that hauled a backpack up a tree. Why not a blanket if it smelled like prey?
keep your puppies safe, @Cornhusker . I’m sure you have plenty of cougar in Nebraska.
That might be it, or a bobcat
 

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There’s a picture online of a cougar that hauled a backpack up a tree. Why not a blanket if it smelled like prey?
keep your puppies safe, @Cornhusker . I’m sure you have plenty of cougar in Nebraska.
Yeah, and we've had them right on the place.
A friend was deer hunting about a half mile north of the house and watched one cross the draw about 100 yards from him.
A couple years ago, we saw one run across the road in front of us not a quarter mile from the house.
 

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When I lived in Britain, the foxes used to sneak into my yard and steal the dog toys. I'd have to go out and walk around the neighbor's pasture and pick the toys back up. No one ever stole a dog blanket though. But they did make off with several of the feed pans.
 
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