Fox wrote:Nope. I don't believe they are around. I have coon hunted around harlan all my life and know lots of coon hunters. If they were around, one would have been treed and shot out by now. I have seen and heard of lots of bobcats treed but no mtn lions. By the way, black panthers are not even indigenous to this area. When folks talk about seeing big black cats around here, they need to go to the doctor and get their prozac increased.
Fox wrote:The burden is not on me to prove that there are NOT Mtn lions in SE KY. All the authorities on this subject say they are not here. It is just that people say this and that and no one has brought forward any hard evidence of these cats in the area. People say they have heard them and a friend of a friend of a friend saw one. People say they have seen their tracks, yet no pics or moldings to confirm mtn. lion tracks. All I am saying is show me the money. People have talked this stuff for years yet no proof. Why is it you can go out west or canada and take a treeing dog and a gun and kill one, but it is yet to be done in KY?
I thought your degree was in pharmaceutical law... You an expert on wildlife too.??
1. Because authorities say so you automatically belive? ok
2. Maybe no one has killed one is cause they are smarter than the average Jethro...
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