Skip to comments.Animal Rights Activists Protest [California city] Carsonís Plan To Trap, Kill Coyotes
Posted on 07/25/2012 2:39:19 PM PDT by BenLurkin
CARSON (CBSLA.com) Animal rights activists will take a 10,000-signature petition to the Carson City Council Wednesday, demanding that the city abandon plans to trap and kill coyotes infesting a mobile home park.
The signatures were gathered by Project Coyote and the Animal Welfare Institute in response to a decision by the City Council to spend $10,000 to trap and kill coyotes.
The petition demands the city stop the use of taxpayers funds to indiscriminately kill coyotes and instead follow the lead of Calabasas and other California communities in adopting coyote co-existence plans, according to a statement.
Several residents at the Carson Harbor Village mobile home park have complained theyre being terrorized by coyotes.
Oh noes! There are [i]sooooo[/i] few coyotes out there! We shouldn’t get rid of a few that are terrorizing humans because we might run out of them.
Actually, something does strike me as very wrong with this plan: that it will cost $10,000.
Coyotes help control varmints, including cats. (just kidding)
it has clearly been waaaaaay to long since I’ve used any html.
I can understand their concern. Coyotes, using equipment purchased from the Acme Corporation, have often been seen travelling down the highway at high speeds wearing atomic powered roller skates, using dynamite, or launching themselves into the air via giant catapults in pursuit of their prey.
activists will take a 10,000-signature petition to the Carson City Council Wednesday, demanding that the city abandon plans to trap and kill coyotes infesting a mobile home park.
....any chance just have a open season...with animal rights activists?
“.....in response to a decision by the City Council to spend $10,000 to trap and kill coyotes.”
Carson City Council is comprised of Totalitarians. The Coyote’s are dead, and that’s all there is to it.
“Coyotes help control varmints, including cats. (just kidding)”
That gives me an idea. Order all of the activist shmactivist idiots to hand over their cats so they can be shown what happens when you put them in the same room with a coyote.
They should present a petition to the coyotes demanding that they become vegetarians.
“Coyote co-existence plans”? No way....Ask the cats about co-existing with coyotes......Pardon me, but someone should have the good manners to tell them that their dumbass is showing.
Coyotes = Muzzies
“Coyotes help control varmints, including cats. (just kidding)
That gives me an idea. Order all of the activist shmactivist idiots to hand over their cats so they can be shown what happens when you put them in the same room with a coyote.”
A coyote stole our beloved cat from us, carried him away, ate him up.
My darling wife was and remains heartbroken.
I gotta therefore come out strongly for cats, and against coyotes.
We live in a desert community in So Cal. We see coyotes on a regular basis, sometimes in packs. They just love cats and small dogs. However, of late, the cats and dogs have not been enough for them. So, they have attacked and bitten residents in two separate incidents. Oh, by the way, they have also been know to attack and carry away small children but not in our over-55 community. Anyway, the county animal control folks came over and tracked down and killed the human meat loving coyote.
At five bucks a head, that 2000 coyotes eliminated. Just call for an open season on the variments and watch them disappear.
Wish that were so - coyotes adapt. There may well be more of them, by the time this is finished. Hate to disagree with you, just an observation (over 20 years of living in their territory). Best regards.
The coyotes didn’t adapt fast enough around my property. They still can outrun my .247 Remington. It’s sure been quite around here lately.
That’s CAN’T outrun. SHEESH!
Glad to hear. Seems like around here, if three get knocked off, a litter of six pups is born, within the hour.
While you are in a correcting mood, you might want to check the caliber you posted. LOL
Now it sounds like a good coyote rifle.
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