Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Guestx, Apr 15, 2018.
Saw this and thought it was cool. And hilarious.
I don't think I've ever seen a dog and cat play that roughly together without it turning into a fight.
Those guys watched too much 209.
I'll do you one better. Mouse attacking some cats.
Ha! Pretty cool how the coyote triggers the cats hunter instinct by laying down like That.
That's a fuking rat.
Animals put people to shame, different species are able to get along better than different races...under the right conditions..
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This is great until the coyote gets a little older and eats the fucking cat. Coyotes are super tricky when raised like a dog, they usually do great until one day they just flip a switch.
There are a few that do well, but the majority end up not so much.
that's pretty cool. I didn't know coyotes could be domesticated
I would love a coyote. But I would be too afraid instinct would take over and he would keep ordering shit from acme.
However, that is NOT a mouse.
Some other, larger, rodent family creature.
Actual domestication requires many generations of breeding.
I've heard it's like domesticating any wild animal. It "can" be done, but they're always walking a fine line as to when their natural instincts might kick in, and they start looking at you like food. Cute vid, and I hope everything works out for kitty and coyote, and they remain the best of friends, but I wouldn't be surprised if the coyote makes a meal out of it one day.
Yeah the most surprising thing about the video was the tameness of the coyote.
People out my way lose cats to those things like I lose socks in the laundry.
Zookeeper Gabe has spoken.
Shut this bitch down.
That cat will be a snack soon.
I love coyotes.
Crazy how the coyote was running in that circle. Isn't that a big part of how they and wolves hunt? Just run in circles around prey, every so often one goes in, takes a quick bite, then back out to circle. I would be worried it would knock over all my stuff, which is why I would never want a dog over the size of like a lab or golden.
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