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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by kurtro08, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

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  2. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

    I have a very good client of mine sent me that this morning asking "what in the hell is this cat?"
    He said he took it at his camp in mid region of Mississippi off of Pascagoula river.
    This may be another of the many hoax that goes around, but this guy is known for his honesty. (Which are the ones who fool you worst)


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  3. the pic will not uplaod,try the photo bucket
     
  4. DeeCee

    DeeCee New Member

    I can't see it either.
     
  5. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

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  7. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

    I don't know why it isn't working I'm doing same thing I've always done. Ill use computer tonight


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  8. DeeCee

    DeeCee New Member

    LOL, It's just one of those days!
     
  9. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    Kurt..txt it to me and I will post the picture if you want to.
     
  10. ShamanCoyote

    ShamanCoyote New Member

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    I think the problem is a corruption in the file name. There is a space between Ohub and Campfire in the file name. That could be it. Try giving it a different name if you can do it on your phone and repost. Even if that's not the reason, it might work.
     
  11. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

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  12. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

  13. Looks like a Siamese cat to me, maybe an orange tabby. It's chasing a guinea pig so people probably mistake it for a mountain lion chasing a feral pig.
     
  14. BrookeSFD16

    BrookeSFD16 Well-Known Member

    Looks exactly like a cat I saw here in NW Louisiana in 2001. WLF said I musta been mistaken, cause those cats don't live here.

    It was at 15 yards.....stopped...and it was broad daylight.
     
  15. Fogvalley

    Fogvalley New Member

    We had so many sightings they finally gave up denying it here in northwest Kansas. But they sure tried for a long time.
     
  16. sleeper

    sleeper New Member

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    With a gun in most every old farm truck im surprised one doesn't get shot.
     
  17. kurtro08

    kurtro08 New Member

    Sorry not to be rude but I don't think this is any type if house cat.
    Here in Mississippi (delta) we are getting all sorts of things popping up. I know panther swamp has several wolves in it.


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  18. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    It's an immature cougar,panther,mt.lion. You can tell by the spot like markings that, altho probably close to a mature cat in size, the spots can be seen in certain lighting. I have mounted, with proper permits, a mother and two young. The young ones were almost the same size as the mother. The spots were barely noticeable until they were in my shop under the light. I believe the same is true in this case. The other characteristics are mt. lion.
     
  19. Nancy C

    Nancy C Well-Known Member

    It's obviously a Cheshire cat.
    That's why it's so hard to get the photos to become visible.
     
  20. DeeCee

    DeeCee New Member

    Just seen this on the Texas Hunting Forum page.
     

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