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No. 0     Original Topic:  Snatched By Hungry Eagle, Little Dog Lives To Bark The Tale   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 103   on  Jan 4, 2018 at 9:29 PM   Viewed 185 times     
A happy ending...

Snatched by hungry eagle, little dog lives to bark the tale

https://www.yahoo.com/news/snatched-hungry-eagle-little-dog-lives-bark-tale-055324985.html



No. 1     Reply: Re: Snatched By Hungry Eagle, Little Dog Lives To Bark The Tale   
By:  jimmylynn   Gender: M   Age: 72   on  Jan 4, 2018 at 10:09 PM     
thank you Bullf.

amazing and scary. I expect the dog was dropped by ealge which hurt the leg. a few more hours and it would have froze to death. I have coyotes near by. so when I put my 20 pound eskimoe out on her cable - I keep checking on her.
No. 2     Reply: Re: Re: Snatched By Hungry Eagle, Little Dog Lives To Bark The Tale   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 103   on  Jan 4, 2018 at 11:13 PM     
jimmylynn wrote:

thank you Bullf.

amazing and scary. I expect the dog was dropped by ealge which hurt the leg. a few more hours and it would have froze to death. I have coyotes near by. so when I put my 20 pound eskimoe out on her cable - I keep checking on her.


It is quite common for Mountain Lions, Wolves, and Coyotes to snatch Pets up right out of their backyard and run off with them. Oftentimes they just disappear without a trace.

This is often the reason why.

Sometimes they have been know to snatch up babies and or small children and run off with them making a meal out of them too.

Last week I opened a rear door here at work and a large Coyote was 40' away from me.

I said, "Hi Mr. Coyote, what are you doing out here???"

He then promptly ran off.

One time I was working at Hydroelectric Power Plant over 20 years ago and 4 Coyotes were walking up a trail to our parking lot.

I yelled at them and they ran the other way.

One time a Trucker about 10 years ago in an automobile facility I supervised was in the half mile long yard at night alone and picking up some cars to load on his truck.

3 Coyotes came near him startling him.

He lunged at them stepping forward with one of his feet and yelled, "Rarrrr!!!".

Rather than scaring them off it had just the opposite effect.

Instead they began snarling at him and moved towards him.

He got scared and jumped up onto the hood of a car.

After a few seconds they trotted off.

I told him his mistake was they were too close for him to be trying to scare them away like that. They felt threatened, and they retaliated.