Beware of Animal Bullies

JUST BECAUSE THIS 'CUTE'  CRITTER SMILES MOST OF THE TIME DOESN'T MEAN THAT HE OR SHE CANNOT USE THEIR RAZOR-SHARP TEETH ON YOU.
JUST BECAUSE THIS 'CUTE' CRITTER SMILES MOST OF THE TIME DOESN'T MEAN THAT HE OR SHE CANNOT USE THEIR RAZOR-SHARP TEETH ON YOU.
MR. SQUIRREL, YOU'RE NOT FOOLING ANYONE WITH YOUR SWEET SMILE. YOU ARE JUST WAITING FOR A CHANCE TO RAID OUR BIRD FEEDERS AND FLOWER BEDS.
MR. SQUIRREL, YOU'RE NOT FOOLING ANYONE WITH YOUR SWEET SMILE. YOU ARE JUST WAITING FOR A CHANCE TO RAID OUR BIRD FEEDERS AND FLOWER BEDS.
YES, CUTE AND SWEET BATS CAN RUN YOU OFF FROM A LOVELY CAVE EXPLORATION. THEY CAN ATTACK WITH THEIR SHARP TEETH. AND HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO ATTACK CATTLE.
YES, CUTE AND SWEET BATS CAN RUN YOU OFF FROM A LOVELY CAVE EXPLORATION. THEY CAN ATTACK WITH THEIR SHARP TEETH. AND HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO ATTACK CATTLE.
CAT BULLIES ARE BAD. AND WHEN A CAT BULLY WANTS TO HARASS YOU, ALL THEY DO IS HISS AND SQUAWL. AND THEY CAN BACK IT UP WITH BITES AND SCRATCHES.
CAT BULLIES ARE BAD. AND WHEN A CAT BULLY WANTS TO HARASS YOU, ALL THEY DO IS HISS AND SQUAWL. AND THEY CAN BACK IT UP WITH BITES AND SCRATCHES.
DEER, YES, CUTE LITTLE "BAMBI'S" HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO 'BULLY' HUNTERS, CAMPERS, ANYONE WHO INVADES THEIR TERRITORY.
DEER, YES, CUTE LITTLE "BAMBI'S" HAVE BEEN KNOWN TO 'BULLY' HUNTERS, CAMPERS, ANYONE WHO INVADES THEIR TERRITORY.
BEWARE ANY DOG THAT LOOKS AT YOU LIKE THIS. BE PERFECTLY STILL. MAKE NO SUDDEN MOVEMENTS. HOPEFULLY, HE OR SHE WILL MOVE ALONG.
BEWARE ANY DOG THAT LOOKS AT YOU LIKE THIS. BE PERFECTLY STILL. MAKE NO SUDDEN MOVEMENTS. HOPEFULLY, HE OR SHE WILL MOVE ALONG.
GOPHER RATS LOVE TO PUSH THEIR WEIGHT AROUND. YOU CANNOT THREATEN THEM INTO LEAVING. THEY WILL STAND UP AND FIGHT YOU.
GOPHER RATS LOVE TO PUSH THEIR WEIGHT AROUND. YOU CANNOT THREATEN THEM INTO LEAVING. THEY WILL STAND UP AND FIGHT YOU.
NEEDLESS TO SAY, THIS 'CUDDLY' NON-POISONOUS REPTILE CAN SCARE THE DAYLIGHTS OUT OF ANYONE, SO BEWARE OF SNAKES, ANOTHER ANIMAL BULLY.
NEEDLESS TO SAY, THIS 'CUDDLY' NON-POISONOUS REPTILE CAN SCARE THE DAYLIGHTS OUT OF ANYONE, SO BEWARE OF SNAKES, ANOTHER ANIMAL BULLY.
SNAPPING TURTLES ARE THE WORST ANIMAL BULLIES OF ALL. THEY ARE STUBBORN AND THINK WHERE THEY ARE AT, BELONGS TO THEM. BEWARE.
SNAPPING TURTLES ARE THE WORST ANIMAL BULLIES OF ALL. THEY ARE STUBBORN AND THINK WHERE THEY ARE AT, BELONGS TO THEM. BEWARE.

Don't Be Fooled! Cuteness Doesn't Mean Cuteness . . .

when it comes to some breeds of animals. Oh sure, I love animals. Who doesn't? Animals are so cute, cuddly-wuddly, soft, sweet, and nice to pet, that we could just caress their backs and scratch their chins as daytime rolls by. I am not making this stuff up, friends. There are some animal-lovers among us, that I have read about, who love their animals to such a degree, that they leave their worldly good to them--home, car, boat. Yeah, that is the thing to do. But I am not judging. Or pointing a condemning finger at anyone. If you want to adopt your cat and rename it from "Jinx," to "Peter," that is your own business. Have at it. With my blessings.

I started loving animals when I managed to reach the age of six. Actually, I loved animals a lot more than I did people. At first. Don't look at me with your eyebrows raised. I can name the reasons then, and now, why I love (some) animals more than I love (some) people.

  • Animals make great friends.

  • You can tell your animal friend you deepest, darkest secret and not worry about them squealing on you to other people.

  • Animals are trustworthy.

  • Animals are loyal. Not like some people who love to lie to us and laugh about it.

  • Animals, if treated with respect, will return their love to you.

  • Animals are useful to us as a society--seeing eye dogs, dogs to help the crippled, dogs that help the police find dangerous drugs that will take the lives of our children.

  • Animals should be honored, appreciated, not abused.

  • Animals make great company to the elderly and shut-in's.

Should I go on? I could. Easy. But I might bore you with all the reasons why I love animals. But in all honesty and sincerity of heart, let me say this to you. This is really not about my love for animals, but my care for you, as my friends, who are lovingly-blind to the cold, harsh fact of life that some animals, reptiles, and mammals can be dangerous. To you. Your limbs and well-being. I know for a fact what I am talking about, for I have had several encounters with a few of the 'critters' you see on the right of this story.

These particular animals I like to call "Animal Bullies," and if you are wise, you will leave these animals alone and keep moving on--minding your own business. This is what Animal Bullies want. They are not extortionists, they are Animal Bullies. Equipped with fang and claw that can drive home their point to you. Very well. So well in fact that the scars on your legs and hands will serve as reminders to you that in the future, leave Animal Bullies to themselves.

Before I continue, I have a little poem about Animal Bullies I'd love to share with you at this time. I know that by now, you think that I am so predictable that I cannot do anything but talk. Relax for a moment and let your mind drift to the forests as you read my Animal Bullies poem.

Animal Bullies short and sweet

Cutting and Slashing My Two Good Feet

Animal Bullies, There's a Dog,

No, I was wrong, it's a Ferocious Biting Wild Hog

Animal Bullies, leave me alone

Stop that growling, I'll soon be gone

Shut That Foaming at The Mouth

I'll Leave Now As I go To The South

Did you appreciate that? I haven't set it to music yet. And probably won't. That might tend to take away from the warnings I am going to share with you in the remainder of this story that you can use when you meet an Animal Bully.

When you venture into the woods and meet an OPPOSSUM do not be deceived by that grin on his cute face. These creatures can literally tear you to pieces. They do not fear humans. When my daughter was eight, she ran into the house and yelled, "Daddy, there's a smiling animal under your car. Come and look!" Of course I ran to see this spectacle that had captured my daughter's attention. Not realizing that it was an opossum, I knelt down to look underneath my car and there it was. The opossum grinning, bearing its sharp teeth and making a hissing sound. Yep. Scared silly. That was me. I tried to verbally coax it to leave. Guess what? Opossums do not understand English. I tried using a stick to prod it from underneath the car. Nope. Animal Bully opossum wasn't leaving. I threw a few small gravel at this creature. No dice. So, being bested by the opossum, my daughter and I went back into the house heads held low in shame for letting an Animal Bully run us off. An hour later I peek through my living room curtains to see a gloating Animal Bully opossum went scurrying down the road adjacent to our house. I could have swore I heard it say, "Try to run me off! That'll show you. Stupid human!"

SNAPPING TURTLES are bad news. And I mean bad news if you are wanting to go down a wooded trail and find this Animal Bully blocking your path. You won't have to wait to be told by this Animal Bully to move it, it will suddenly raise up and snap at you and mean to hurt you. These creatures have no soul. Conscience or feelings. I met one in a dirt road when I was eleven and I took me using a long wooden pole to fence with it, to get it to move along. If I had stayed in one spot, this short-tempered Animal Bully would have taken a chunk from my leg. If you encounter a snapping turtle. Do not antagonize it. Be silent. Motionless. Odds are it will slowly, and on its own terms, leave. You have to watch it though. It is always ready to snap.

Odds are, you will not meet any BATS in your night-time adventures such as camping, fishing, or just floating down a body of water such as the Mississippi River with your family or friends. But listen to me. Bats are vicious little creatures. Little, but mean. Able to inflict a bite with their sharp little teeth that may infect you with rabies or some other near-fatal diseases. Vampire bats, according to the World Book Encyclopedia, are able to land undetected on backs of sleeping cattle and suck the blood from their veins. I told you bats were mean. Alone, a bat cannot be a threat to you as a lone Animal Bully, but when they are with their thousands of friends, they are Animal Bullies, actually Animal Rodents, to be reckoned with.

CATS and DOGS are both lovable, cute, cuddly and friendly. But as in one bad apple spoiling the entire barrel of apples, some cats and dogs can be down-right mean. Ugly. Terrible around people. And love to be given their ways. Growling and snarling by dogs are clear signals to unassuming humans that mean, "Leave me alone, stupid! Get away from me," and you should never stop to be a good, caring, care-giver to a vicious dog or cat. Cats, who are are Feline Bullies are always short-tempered. In a bad mood. Ready to fight. Anything. Anyone. Cats hiss and growl deep in their throats telling you like their Bully Dog counterparts, "Hey, idiot! I will scratch your eyes out and leave scars," so leave as quietly as you can without disturbing them more than they are while they glare that evil glare at you. It's your skin and eyes. Take care of them.

DEER can be known to be Forest Animal Bullies. Especially in breeding season. Deer can literally stand on their hind legs and attack a grown man. The hooves of deer are sharp and can cause deep cuts. If you are out in the woods, God forbid, during breeding season for deer, please make sure that you are near a tall tree that you are able to climb for safety if attacked by a raging deer, or Forest Animal Bully. Bambi was cute, but that was in the cartoons.

Talk about ugly, mean, and a carrier of dreadful diseases. A GOPHER RAT is the rodent for you. They can be identified by their long, rough tail and black fur. Fear is not in a gopher rat's vocabulary. Gopher's can fight the most-tenacious dog. Or cat. Gopher rats rate high on the list of Barnyard and Farm Animal Bullies for they do not fear mankind. At all. The best way to deal with a gopher rat is to set a professionally-designed trap or strow some professional-strength gopher rat poison. I do not advocate the killing or abusing of living things, but take my advice. If you want to be bitten and given a near-fatal disease, put your arm or hand near a gopher rat. They will surely accommodate you.

Cute? Yes. Cuddly? Probably. I am talking about the common SQUIRREL that comes in gray or brown colors. Squirrels are actually rodents because of their two sharp front teeth that can not only slice through a hard walnut with ease, but if cornered, can bite through your hand with no trouble at all. You might be under the false notion that squirrels, because they "act" scared and pretend to run from you, are not Animal Bullies. Think again. If they have set up housekeeping in the trees near your home, there is no way, any sensible way, to rid your yard area of squirrels. They multiply like the common rat. They feed on seeds, corn, and even birdseed that you feed to your songbirds. Squirrels are passive aggressive, but still an Rodent Bully who probably meets with friends at night--plotting new ways to torment you. Squirrels are much wiser than a common rodent. Remember this as you form your game plan against these Rodent Bullies.

The vicious and dangerous WILD HOG is to be left alone. At all costs. In some parts of Alabama and Mississippi, hunters are allowed to hunt wild hogs for how they run roughshod over farmer's crops, chickens, and other living things. Wild hogs are dangerous Animal Bullies for their sheer strength and animal cunning. Wild hogs are not about to give up their territories. To you. Or anyone. Wild hogs can stare down a rattlesnake. They are just that mean. And some species of wild hogs can actually chase hunters out of sheer meanness. Please, I beg you, if you love the forest areas near your home, do some research first. Go online, visit your public library, talk to professional hunters and even foresters, these sources of information can tell you what type of Animal Bullies are present in the areas you are planning to hold your next camping or hiking trip. Remember, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,"

and a safe, happy, care-free trip with family and friends . . .without the clear and present dangers of Animal Bullies.


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Nellieanna 5 years ago from TEXAS

Good advice! Animals are not reasonable when they are thwarted or frightened. It is a wise human who lets them have their way. But some of the bullies actually take the offensive even if one leaves them alone, especially if they've been conditioned by other humans who did them harm.

My poor George was attacked several times by a neighbor's chow dog from the time it was a puppy. The animal had been adopted after it was rescued from an abusive situation. Apparently something about my George reminded the animal of its abuser and it attacked him without provocation 3 times, a couple of them seriously injuring George. Now THAT was a bully animal!! One must never underestimate such a beast, even though it may not have been its fault! The animal cannot reason about it.

Good article, Kenneth!


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Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

I commented on this hub--thought it was great--but I don't think it has come through. Has it, kenneth? I've been having problems with that.


Sueswan 5 years ago

Hi Kenneth,

Thank you. You have started my day with a hearty laugh.

Your poem is priceless.

The say there is no such thing as a bad dog only bad owners. I think there are exceptions to this rule. Just like people, there are good and bad.

My sister feeds the squirrels. They actually scratch on the door and have tried to get in the house.

Voted up, up and away!

Have a great day my friend. :-)


jenubouka 5 years ago

Great, funny facts, well the facts are not funny just the way you wrote, which I liked. Now I don't feel like such a scardy cat when I am confronted with small wild rodents, especially the small neighborhood ones, they travel in packs.

Love this!


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Nellieanna . . .THANK YOU FOR THE COMMENT and I agree. Animals only act the way they are, or how they have been conditioned. I am so sorry for George. That had to be devastating. A man, my first publisher in the newspaper business, told me a story about how he one time was walking to his car and a Doberman, the Ultimate Dog Bully, and a great protector, charged him. He just charged back. The Doberman froze in its tracks--these attack dogs are NOT trained to react to someone fighting back and this moment gave him time to get in his car and leave. I would never try this on my own for I know how fearful I can be around mean animals. This doesnt change the fact that I STILL love animals. Nellie, have a GREAT day and when will I see the painting on the cereal box? Sincerely, your friend, Kenneth


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Victoria Lynn . . .THANK YOU for the comment. Yes, your comment came through fine. I appreciate YOUR remarks. And as for trouble, I have been having a three-week bout with Facebook NOT fixing their glitches...I comply as to telling them what is wrong and they only send a computer-generated email telling me they are reading their mails. Frustration at its finest. Have a great day, my Hub Friend, Victoria! Stay in touch (Kenneth)


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear Sueswan, "THANK YOU SINCERELY, for YOUR comment. I have to agree--just bad dog owners. And if you look at bad dogs, look at the owners...bullies one time in their lives themselves. You make a strong point. Something to think about. And GLAD that you liked the "poem," was it cheesy enough? I wanted it be corny enough to create some laughter. Thanks again, DEAR friend," Kenneth


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Hello, Jenubouka! Bravo! Now you can stand your ground with the worst animal bullies! And thank YOU so MUCH for your warm comment. I needed that today. I am not feeling that well, but the sun has come out and with your comment and the others, I am going to have a good Thursday. Stay in touch. Okay? Sincerely, Kenneth


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Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

No, Kenneth, I mean a longer comment that I left. I had left the first comment and never could see it come through. The short comment above was just to check with you to see that it showed up, and I don't see it. This is happening with other hubs, too....:-(


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Victoria, I didnt see a longer comment--just these two. You can contact the HubPages Team at the CONTACT us section...I dont know what page it is on, but they ARE prompt. And can help. I should know. I spend time with them when they ask me to change my artwork. I only wish that Facebook was as prompt as Hubs. Take care and keep in touch, Victoria. Sincerely---Kenneth


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The Taco Tagger 5 years ago

Great hub! I think that the Hippo should have been put on here too. They just attack people for no good reason if they feel like a person is even looking at their territory. Keep up the good work Kenneth!


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

10/20/2011 @ 12:34 p.m./CST

HEY, Taco, where have ya been? Wondered about you last week--if you had left or went on a sabbatical. Glad that you are here and THANKS FOR THE UPDATE...man, I wish I had the power of hindsight and knew how to think things through...you are right. Hippo's may look cute, but they can be bullies. What about the Rhino? Theres 2 I should have used...maybe a Beware Animal Bullies: The New Pack...hub? Just thinking outloud. Thanks again. TT and keep in touch. Kenneth


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The Taco Tagger 5 years ago

Nah, I was on a sort of forced Sabbatical. There have been some changes at my job recently that have prevented me from being as active on Hub Pages as I used to be, but I've been checking in! I should be able to get on more and put out some more articles here soon, I've got a lot of interesting things to write about!


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

HEY, TACO...BBBB--RRRR---AAAAA-VVV-OOOO, for your comment and you coming back more often. Ive missed you on here and look forward to reading your stuff that I am sure that is more interesting than my stuff anytime. But what fun, huh? Welcome back and thanks for the hubs up...get it? Heads up? Small bit of humor. (KENNETH.)


Sueswan 5 years ago

Hi Kenneth

There was the perfect amount of cheese in your poem. lol


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Hello, DEAR Sueswan . . .LOL! Thanks so much. I read this 'poem' again today and laughed out loud it was so corny. I appreciate your sweet comments. Have a safe and restful night. Kenneth


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Nellieanna 5 years ago from TEXAS

That's quite a story about the doberman flinching when the man turned the tables on him. I'm impressed, but I'm afraid that the chow pup would have fought harder if George had acted mean and reminded the dog even more of the man who abused him in the first place, though.

The very first attack was when our neighbor had just gotten him. He'd found him online and truck drivers had transported the dog from New England. So it was something the neighbor really had wanted. But the moment he saw George at a distance he rushed to him and tried to bite him, but he was pretty small then, so he didn't do much damage.

The next attack was in their house. George had looked over some legal papers for the neighbor and was returning them. When he saw the dog inside through the storm door, he tried to refuse to go inside, but they assured him it would be OK. A large guy would be holding the dog firmly. But even though it was clear that the owner welcomed George so that there was no suggestion of his being a burglar, the moment George entered the house, the dog broke loose from that very strong, firm grip and tore into George's leg. We had to go the OR and it caused quite a few stitches and about a year to recover, leaving scars.

After that, they promised to keep the dog contained, but you know how dogs are. There were people in and out and he got out once when George was over here on our porch. That dog rushed over like lightning and attacked him. It was not as serious as that other time, but it still required a trip to the OR and the dog was sent to be observed for rabies. He didn't have it.

Each time was a surprise attack, so fast there was no time to think of a defense. George wouldn't do it, but I insisted that the neighbor had to get rid of that dog, and if he didn't, I was going to report him to the authorities. There's no excuse for having a known vicious animal living next door, one who will always attack like that. We found out that he'd even attacked a child who was visiting. So I guess it was something engrained in his personality. The neighbor had had another chow who got run over, which was why he wanted a puppy to replace "Turbo". But Turbo never acted like that, though he was a good watchdog who would have frightened off burglars. But not people he knew. The pup was dangerous.

I love animals, but if they are dangerous, they must be restrained.

It will take a major effort to search for that painting,Kenneth. It's not in any of the places where I'd have expected it to be. I must have put it away in a really safe place! It's got to be here somewhere, but I just haven't had time to conduct the extensive search. It will involve major house unsettling - getting out many file boxes, and spreading contents all over the place, sorting through.

I've misplaced some important documents about my health insurance and that's my project at present. A few weeks ago, I learned I've been paying for George's health insurance since he passed away 3 years ago, as well as my own. It is through his retirement, you see. I contacted them to see why it's been so high and they were going to follow up with it for a refund, as well as ceasing the charges for 2012! I have heard nothing more and now I can't find my folder with all this information in it. It's not like me to mishandle stuff like this! But I did!

Too bad the trails aren't connected between the painting and that folder! haha - maybe I could kill two birds with one stone. haha.


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear Nellieanna, this is a sad story about George. And yes, dogs like that SHOULD be restrained. In nearby Birmingham, Alabama, on the news a ways back, a community was up in arms with a fella who had attack dogs behind fences that were not that sturdy, so the neighbors filed a complaint against him. The law only scolded the lawbreaker. But later, one of this guy's dogs broke out and attacked an officer of the law who, in his own defense, shot the vicious animal and the dog owner finally got rid of the rest of the vicious animals or face charges. This is also sad for dogs are to me, noble and of an humble spirit. I am prone to loving dogs for I identify with dogs. I would explain, but not openly...I am so insecure about 'me' that I choose to keep 'these' thoughts to myself..for now. But when I get the nerve, YOU WILL be FIRST to know. And Nellieanna, I just want to say this to you. "Thank you, dear Hub Friend, for ALL, and I mean ALL, the comments, nice words, support and good things you have said to and shared with me. You are a great friend. And I consider you a mentor that I can look to for advice I need from time to time. And do not ever think that YOU are taken for granted by me. No ma'am. Not in the least. I just had a desire to tell you how MUCH I apprecite YOU," and now, have a peaceful Friday. (((KENNETH)))


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theherbivorehippi 5 years ago from Holly, MI

lol...love love love this! Being a vegan..I love all animals but I agree, there are some I'd rather just not have close encounters with...bats and poisonous snakes are at the top of my list. Not scared of them but I don't wish to be friends. I have a love/hate relationship with opossums...they LOVE my yard and my dogs LOVE killing them. I on the other hand HATE being brought dead animals as gifts. :( Fabulous hub. Rated up for sure!


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

hello, herbivorehippi! Hope you are well. I also have this love/hate relationship with (even) these animals and wish that I could form relationships with them. Ive always dreamed of owning a rhesus monkey to keep me company at home during the day, but did you know tha these special creatures start at $4500.00???? Wow. I cannot afford that. But I can dream. Thanks again for the super-nice comments and votes. Love ya lots, my friend, KENNETH


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stylezink 5 years ago from Atlanta, GA.

I'm scared of half the animals you talked about. I've encountered the bats, snakes, oppossum, cats, and dogs. Nope don't mess with those angry guys. I'd have to say my cat, Gotti, has me fear cats the most. Before he was neutered he was an evil little thing, he could jump off the floor an attach himself to your shoulder when he was mad. Glad he's fixed now, lol! Another great hub kenneth. Voted up!


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Hello, stylezink! THANKS FOR YOUR COMMENT AND COMPLIMENT. Glad that you enjoyed this. And I am a CAT LOVER too! But where I live, near a major highway, I cannot have one. But I can dream. Hey, you keep up the great work of hubbing yourself and I will catch up to you later. Sincerely, KENNETH


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pennyofheaven 5 years ago from New Zealand

Some animals are best left in their own environment. It is natures way to have animals live in the wild for some of those reasons that you have stated. Man has limited these animals habitats by building concrete jungles they do not know how to adapt to. It is natural for animals to react in certain situations. Vicious pets (cats and dogs) on the other hand are more often than not molded that way by their owners.


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kenneth avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

11/28

Dear Penny, you are absolutely right. I realize that now. After several bites, scratches, and being growled at. They, the animals, are just being themselves. I have learned in my older years that if I leave these special creatures alone to their course of nature, there will be no trouble. Thanks for the comment, Penny!

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