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John Carr Traps Record-Breaking Bobcat in Western Kansas

7 Responses to “John Carr Traps Record-Breaking Bobcat in Western Kansas”

  1. Kristen B. Says:

    That’s one LARGE kitty! :D

  2. Kristin Carr Says:

    Yes, that is one LARGE kitty. And he is VERY proud of it! Way to go John!!!! :-)

  3. sprittibee Says:

    Poor kitty. Was he a danger to someone? I hate to see kitties like that… but then, if it was in my yard, I guess I would have to trap it.

  4. Christine Masloske Says:

    Kristin or Laurie,

    How old is John and what kind of trap did he use? My 10-year old Daniel (Daniel Boone wannabee) is wondering.

    Love in Christ,
    Christine

  5. Molesworth Says:

    Sad for the both the cat & the child who is obviously well on the way to becoming desensitized to the beauty of nature & the environment.

  6. Clayton C. Says:

    The child understands we are stewards of nature. Nature is not to be worshiped. We worship the Creator. The removal of some animals in a given area maintains a balance between prey and predator as well as keeps the overall population healthy. We see first hand what nature does to animals when the demand for food in an area of land cannot be sustained. They starve to death. We also see what happens when a species becomes over populated in an area and the food sources meet the demand. Disease like distemper, parvo, rabies, and mange.

  7. Clayton C. Says:

    John is ten. We use cage traps and foothold traps.

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