Is Bobcats killing our cats??
Posted in the Hemet Forum
#1 Aug 27, 2013
We live near Columbia and Acacia in Hemet and I just read in the paper that a bobcat has been seen near Park Hill which is just 3 blocks away. We have had three cats killed on our street in the last month. We found just the head and front paws left. No other bones or body parts. Fish and game said it was a coyote, but now I really wonder if it was a bobcat. Has anyone else had cats or dogs killed at night? I know they have to eat, but not our animals. They need to be trapped and removed from a populated area. It's not safe to leave your animals in your backyard at night. Or your children. I remember when my children were really young that I would let them set up a tent in the back yard and sleep outside.
#2 Aug 28, 2013
Hello California Girl,
The area near Columbia and Acacia is known as "The Ghetto". Although a bobcat attack is possible for the attack on your cats, chances are that your cat was the dinner for some Sec8 mookie who was too cracked out and lazy to walk to the KFC dumpster.
I agree with you 100%, they need to be trapped and removed from a populated area and it's not safe to leave your animals nor children in your backyard at night.
#3 Aug 29, 2013
The cat was probably killed by a coyote not a bobcat. Also bobcats don't bother children.
#4 Aug 31, 2013
"Are" Bobcats killing our cats? Not "is". Get sum edumakation
#5 Sep 3, 2013
It's "Hemet" dude. Just be lucky the nations turds are contained in that toilet.
#6 Sep 3, 2013
Do you even know what a toilet is? I thought all you Winchester people still shit in outhouses.
#7 Sep 3, 2013
#8 Sep 3, 2013
Yep, and when they get pumped out it flows straight to Hemet.
All you have to do is drive down florida from sanderson to the ranger station in east hemet.
The scenery speaks for itself.
It's hard to put winchester down when hemet has sunk lower than any surrounding city within 100 miles.
Too bad so sad.
#9 Sep 3, 2013
And yet you spend your time here, a Hemet forum, when you could be using your time to dig out latrines or count goats or even playing a game that Winchester is famous for: seeing who can deep throat Daddy the longest...
I agree that certain members of society make parts of Hemet undesirable, but take away that element and Hemet is wonderful. Whereas there is nothing but weeds in Winchester. You're probably still on dial-up.
#10 Sep 3, 2013
LOL. Get alittle butt hurt when I talk about Hemet? I think it's your boyfriend from the trails too pub that's keeps your butt hurt.
The fact that you think incest is a game shows your ingnorance and that you belong in the "Current Hemet". You really make this city what it is today. Be proud of yourself.
Be so kind sweetheart......Tell us where these wonderful areas of the city are.
One of the two Wallmarts in the valley? And the empty one.
Or is it one of the empty broken down weed filled buildings/lots.
Maybe one of the cash u check stores.
Or one of the many discount stores.
Or Weston park where your family hangs out in the bathroom waiting for the seceret word to start the gay loving.
How about new jack city (willow walk).
Maybe it's the wonderful downtown that respectable families like to stroll.
Or the many sex slave motels that line florida ave.
Do you think the thousands of tract homes are the wonderful part?
Or is it the daries and flies that they bring?
If it makes you feel like your important and not a piece of [email protected] to run your cockholster under different names but the same IP address than again, you belong in the wonderful city of Hemet.
Remember: Your like a backyard breeder puppy. They crap and piss in their bed and think it's wonderful because they don't know better.
#11 Sep 3, 2013
That's a heck of a big post! You must be very passionate about whatever the hell you were rambling about ( I didn't read it) so I am going to apologize for pointing out the fact that Winchester is nothing but dirt and sheep fuckers. Last thing I want is one of you to complain to your boyfriend and *poof!* your Klan buddies to start moving your meetings out this way.
I would suggest your start your own Topix forum for Winchester, but it would have to be in Arabic to cater to any of the other American Taliban nutjobs you have hiding out there. How boring of a town Winchester must be! Kids out here join some stupid wannabe gang whereas your kids join the Taliban.
Please, continue to tell us how wonderful your town is...
#12 Sep 4, 2013
Where the hell is Winchester?
#13 Sep 4, 2013
If you take florida ave west then turn left on highway 79 go south, you will run right in to it (Note:When you come to a 4way stop with an old store on the corner, And a bunch of beat up trailers on your left side You will know your there.)
#14 Sep 4, 2013
I'm curious to know where these wonderful areas are. Please be so kind to list some so all can enjoy.
#15 Sep 4, 2013
Why, they're located right between your mommas legs, my fine young man! Or at least they were before the Great Herpes Scare of '02 and the tragic bush fire of '04.
#16 Sep 4, 2013
What kind of response is that?
I just asked a question looking for some nice areas in the city my family and I could visit and that's how you answer?
Carry on with your redneck banter.
#17 Sep 4, 2013
Right...you might want to try harder, Winchester boy.:)
#18 Sep 5, 2013
Take off your tinfoil hat. Your way off.
But yeah, post up some wonderful spots. I don't think you can so you have to resort to personal attacks. Classic. It shows your ingnorance.
Here's something you can digest.
Winchester, California is located in Riverside County. Zip codes in Winchester, CA include 92596. The median home price in Winchester is $320,000 which is roughly $114/per square foot
Hemet, California is located in Riverside County. Zip codes in Hemet, CA include 92546, 92543, and 92544. The median home price in Hemet is $170,000 which is roughly $90/per square foot
Notice the price difference between a trailer in Winchester and a crapbox in Hemet?
That speaks for itself.
I'm done trolling you. Your so simple it's too easy.
#19 Sep 5, 2013
At risk of being attacked by the unbalanced nuts on this thread, your data on Winchester sounds a little off. I have lived in the area (including Winchester) for more that 25 years-currently in Menifee- I know the median home prices in Winchester are more like $160000. I think your numbers are a bit high. 160000 sounds more like reality. BTW according to Wikipedia the two notable residents of Winchester are a terrorist and two murder victims. I wouldn't spend a lot of time gloating about living in Winchester, like Hemet it would not be considered a prime hot spot to live (although both towns have some nice real estate).
#20 Sep 5, 2013
No, you live in Hemet. According to Pete you live where your internet provider indicates.
Ok, here's your information.
Zip codes: 92543, 92544, 92545, 92546.
Hemet Zip Code Map
Estimated median household income in 2011:$29,679 (it was $26,839 in 2000)
Estimated per capita income in 2011:$17,851
Hemet city income, earnings, and wages data
Estimated median house or condo value in 2011:$98,600 (it was $69,900 in 2000)
Mean prices in 2011: All housing units:$189,424; Detached houses:$276,414; Townhouses or other attached units:$185,028; In 2-unit structures:$273,299; In 3-to-4-unit structures:$463,442; In 5-or-more-unit structures:$193,302; Mobile homes:$77,860; Occupied boats, RVs, vans, etc.:$70,908
Median gross rent in 2011:$876.
Estimated median household income in 2011:$63,242 (it was $33,472 in 2000)
Estimated per capita income in 2011:$20,280
Winchester CDP income, earnings, and wages data
Estimated median house or condo value in 2011:$159,519 (it was $85,800 in 2000)
Mean prices in 2011: All housing units:$182,278; Detached houses:$274,041; Mobile homes:$153,118
Median gross rent in 2011:$1,237.
There, it's up to date.
My point is how come a trailer in winchester holds more value than an tract home in Hemet.
That's a $61,000 difference.
Maybe in the wonderful areas of Hemet it's different.
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