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  1. #1

    Mar 2005
    Madisonville, TN
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    My new buddy

    I'm working on taming this fellow down. I can get a couple of feet away from him, but he's still not sure about me yet.
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    Refusing to think "outside the box" is an indication of square thinking.

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    seger98

    Re: My new buddy

    Ahhhh food usually works!

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    us
    Jan 2009
    Arkansas, by way of Louisiana
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    Re: My new buddy

    EddieR, a long time ago when I was young, we had a couple of baby raccoons that were kept inside. I think dad got them out of a hollow stump in the swamp. When they grew a little bigger, they got into everything. It is incredible what they are capable of doing/destroying in a house. Didn't take them long to get kicked out and they soon left for their own adventure. If it becomes tame enough to handle, it should provide you with some amusing memories. They are incredibly inquisitive animals.

    john
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    us
    Sep 2007
    N. San Diego County
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    Re: My new buddy

    That is so cool. You will win his trust once he gets hungry

  5. #5
    us
    Sep 2007
    Sal Sagev Adaven
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    Re: My new buddy

    We had one at a place I worked years ago. They make good pets.
    I'll just follow you with My E-trac, Sov GT,or GoldBug Pro.

  6. #6
    us
    Oct 2007
    Northern, OH
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    Re: My new buddy

    I had one many years ago raise him and let him go after he got big. He hung around the house for a year or so and would play tag with me. I would run and he would come after me and grab me around my leg. Love that little guy. He disappear one day and came back one time after he was gone for 6 months and then he was gone never saw him again...Matt
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    us
    Jan 2009
    Red Bluff, CA
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    Re: My new buddy

    Cheetos! That's the only way to go. They can't resist the incredible crunch and cheesy flavor!
    However, I must warn you. I am working for a telephone company and have go to many'a houses where coons have done damage to the wires under the house. You might want to be sure your crawl space is sealed up nice or your going to be wishing you were aiming a .22 Cal. instead of a 35mm.
    I find treasure every day in whatever I can.

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    us
    Sep 2006
    Montana
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    Re: My new buddy

    They make cool hats...

    That way - you can have him forever.

  9. #9
    us
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    Re: My new buddy

    Ever seen a Coon get mad and fight? Even though they seem calm and peaceful, they can fight their butts off. My brother used to go coon hunting in La, and I used to go along once in a while. I saw a coon just tear and shred his dog to pieces.

    Another time I worked in a cabinet shop and every once in a while we would have them in the offices and warehouse they were at. I think after I made a long stick with some rope as a snare the fist time after I just started working for the company. I would always be the one who ended up getting them out, as everyone else was afraid to do so. I did have 2 of them that when backed in a corner or blocked off, they become AGGRESSIVE FIGHTERS! We looked all over the place in every nook and cranny, roof, etc. We never could find how they were getting into the building.
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  10. #10
    us
    May 2005
    Northern California
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    Re: My new buddy

    I've known two people that had them as pets. Both ended up getting bitten, quite severely, by their "pets". I'm sure some have managed to raise them without problems but, personally, I wouldn't take the chance. They can be a liability if they bite your friends.
    Banking off a Northeast wind, sailin' on a summer breeze

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    us
    Jul 2003
    Elgin
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    Re: My new buddy

    We've had a few that ate out of our hands but never desired to let one in the house. Eggs drive them crazy. A little peanut butter on bread will get them to your hand quickly. In one case, a particular female brought her little ones around when it was time for her to move them out. She'd try to leave them with us, hissing, biting and getting mean if they attempted to follow her away. We didn't want them anymore than she did.

    When I was little and we had chickens it was a different story, beat 'em with a shovel and chase 'em off.

 

 

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