poopstain

Coatesville, PA

#21 Oct 5, 2011
Obama Bin There wrote:
Cougars are part of nature and should be left alone. It was wrong of the construction workers to corral and kill it unless they were going to eat it. It is a shame that we can't get along with wildlife and coexist in an ever busier world.
What was the fear of the cougar? Did the cougar strike so much fear in the construction workers that they had to kill it? The cougar would have killed for food, or in it's own defence. If parents would watch their children, then we wouldn't have to worry about hungry cougars, bears, or construction workers lurking in our communities. We should give half of our income to wildlife organizations to help the poor, hungry, and depraved animals.
get real
poopstain

Coatesville, PA

#22 Oct 5, 2011
get real obama
roger

Plumsteadville, PA

#23 Nov 19, 2011
Kim wrote:
This morning my husband and I look out into our back pasture at what we first thought was a fawn. Until it got up and walked around. It was bigger than a house cat. And the tail was longer than a Bob Cats. Our three horses went on high alert in the next pasture when they noticed the very big cat. It look like a young cougar. We got a few pictures if anyone is interested.
i'd like to see the photo. send to ...kierreto@yahoo.com thanks
Rachel L

Greensburg, PA

#24 Dec 5, 2011
I just saw a couger today and ive been continiously seeing them for the past 4 years of living in this house! I live in Greensburg PA and they are about 4ft long, and have a tail going to the ground, and they are a light tan color. Im certain they are not house cats because this time I saw it out of my window about 25ft away. About a year ago I saw a huge black animal that looked like an oversized cat but about 10x larger, which I have no idea what it was. I had bob cats in my old house in this area so I know its no one of them. What could they be? are they cougars? should I contact someone?
Pa-hunter

Newark, NJ

#25 Dec 5, 2011
Mountain lions rt 51 wrote:
There could be funding to repopulate certain types, and if they are intentionally being released here, since they are extremely dangerous, it might be played down.
Do yourselves a favor and read up on the attacks of extremely fit people when they are tired while jogging, biking, or hiking.
I was at ohio pyle in fayette like 3 years ago and I saw a cougar in the woods a local resident told me that there are a few tagged ones out there for rebreading idk if its true but I know they are there
Denise Radel

Harrisburg, PA

#26 Jan 18, 2012
My daughter had one walk right past her place about 5 years ago, she lived in the mountain at Deiblers Gap, near Berrysburg , Pa. One week later a amishmans horse was attacked, this horse was about 3/4 of a mile away from my daughters house.
Of coarse the game commission tried to blame it on a hungry bear, LOL. Only problem it Bear can't jump high tensil electric fence, this Cougar could.
Jonathan

Blairsville, PA

#27 Jan 31, 2012
Kim wrote:
This morning my husband and I look out into our back pasture at what we first thought was a fawn. Until it got up and walked around. It was bigger than a house cat. And the tail was longer than a Bob Cats. Our three horses went on high alert in the next pasture when they noticed the very big cat. It look like a young cougar. We got a few pictures if anyone is interested.
i know this thread is a little old but if you could send me those possible cougar photo's that would be great pheelingphine@gmail.com thanks in advance
Jonathan

Blairsville, PA

#28 Jan 31, 2012
hello hope this thread will come alive would love to see theses photo's if still available thanks jon pheelingphine@gmail.com
Higgs

Bowie, MD

#29 Mar 29, 2012
My father saw One between Pottsville and NY border. I forgot the town. We have Panthers where we are from in Florida. We know what they look like. If he says he saw one, then there is at least one in Pennsylvania. The Game Commission thinks the residents of Zpennsylvania are idiots.
Jonathan

Blairsville, PA

#30 Apr 14, 2012
If you still have these pics of the cougar i would love to see them pheelingphine@gmail.com
Kim wrote:
This morning my husband and I look out into our back pasture at what we first thought was a fawn. Until it got up and walked around. It was bigger than a house cat. And the tail was longer than a Bob Cats. Our three horses went on high alert in the next pasture when they noticed the very big cat. It look like a young cougar. We got a few pictures if anyone is interested.
Jonathan

Blairsville, PA

#31 Apr 14, 2012
I live off 259 near Ligonier if you don't mind me asking where nera greensburg did you see this big cat Joanthan Pheelingphine@gmail.com thanks
Pa-hunter wrote:
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I was at ohio pyle in fayette like 3 years ago and I saw a cougar in the woods a local resident told me that there are a few tagged ones out there for rebreading idk if its true but I know they are there
Flynn

White Haven, PA

#33 May 11, 2012
Saw a mountain lion in my yard near tamaqua. It has been screaming outside my house for weeks and we finally found out what is making this noise!
GSD

Pittsburgh, PA

#34 Aug 6, 2012
I saw a mountain lion cross a highway in west virginia at night. Unmistakable that it was one.. Other people saw it too so I knows it wasnt my mind playing tricks on me.
Ted

Ardmore, PA

#35 Aug 7, 2012
They were wrong to kill it, whether they intended to eat it or not. The trashy losers just wanted to affirm their masculinity through brutality.
Obama Bin There wrote:
Cougars are part of nature and should be left alone. It was wrong of the construction workers to corral and kill it unless they were going to eat it. It is a shame that we can't get along with wildlife and coexist in an ever busier world.
What was the fear of the cougar? Did the cougar strike so much fear in the construction workers that they had to kill it? The cougar would have killed for food, or in it's own defence. If parents would watch their children, then we wouldn't have to worry about hungry cougars, bears, or construction workers lurking in our communities. We should give half of our income to wildlife organizations to help the poor, hungry, and depraved animals.
DSD

Perkasie, PA

#36 Sep 23, 2012
People who have a problem with someone killing this type of animal because they trapped it are idiots. What if they were keeping it contained or trying to until authorities go there. Also if you have no big problem with them living near your children then let the authorities know that every time there is one to be "relocated" to relocate it to your back yard. And if you are so dumb to think that relocated this type of animal will keep it away. IT IS A CAT IT KNOW HOW TO GET BACK TO WHERE IT WAS!!!!!!!!!! Just let your children run up to it and pet it and let me know what it is like to burry your child then tell me these construction workers are in the wrong idiot!!!
Wake up

Downingtown, PA

#37 Dec 26, 2012
We kill 1.2 million children a year and your worried about a cougar.
jorge ostolaza

Waymart, PA

#38 Apr 3, 2013
Kim wrote:
This morning my husband and I look out into our back pasture at what we first thought was a fawn. Until it got up and walked around. It was bigger than a house cat. And the tail was longer than a Bob Cats. Our three horses went on high alert in the next pasture when they noticed the very big cat. It look like a young cougar. We got a few pictures if anyone is interested.
I would love too see
tonytee

West Chester, PA

#39 May 1, 2013
You people haven't been out of your neighborhood much... a cougar..c'mon people get out more and see the real world.
Woods Watcher

Pittsburgh, PA

#40 May 17, 2013
The cougar is definitely around the northeast. My neighbor saw one at dawn in February of 2012 in McLean, VA. It was on the road in front of her house under a street light. This past week my neighbor here in Mercer County, PA had a mature cougar cross in front of his car just after dusk. I am surprised there aren't more credible photographs being taken of them, but they are around. They aren't terribly dangerous if one knows what tends to make them attack and what can be done encourage them to flee. They aren't a dominate predator.
Paul Yardley PA

Whitehall, PA

#41 Jul 18, 2014
I saw a cat longerr than 2 German Shepherd dogs slinking along the ground just as house cats do after a bird. This was on the grounds of the ST. Clair Monastery connected to St Mary's Hospital in Langhorne, Bucks County PA. Date July 10, 2014. There are several deer on the grounds so a food source is available. A courtesy driver told me that he had heard of sightings in the area but maybe he was just humoring me and thought I was having illusions.. I know what I saw and still see it in my mind.. That it is something one does not forget.

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