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November 28, 2013


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Count me in. The hill behind us (Cattle Hill) has provided us views of bobcats and an occasional mountain lion sunning itself on a rock outcropping. Our neighborhood was never in danger and none of us ever thought of calling the police/animal control or any other government office, because we enjoy the company of these amazing animals. We are, after all, living in their habitat, and don't want to be a part of the Keystone Cop frenzy that a report would unleash on our quiet little corner, which would be a thousand times more damaging than simply letting the mountain lions we've seen be hunted and killed with taxpayer money. Ugh.

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