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post #21 of 23 Old 03-06-2018, 03:14 PM
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post #22 of 23 Old 03-07-2018, 10:31 AM
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They come to my house every night!eat everything green then shit all over my grass!so some would call them a pet!My interpretation is a little different!the Females and Joeys will move on quickly at 3am in the morning!I can tell there's a Male there because the pricks growl at me like a aggressive Dog!but alas gun fire that early isn't the answer!I sneak up to my automatic watering system that can be manually turned on pushing 2 buttons!the fu.kers get the fright of their lives when the water hits them!I even made a Shanghai but when I hit the big fellas they look at me as if to say "if you do that once more I will stick that thing up your ass and you will look like a icy pole"
What about an airsoft or a pellet gun ? My girlfriend's father uses that on squirrels around his house and it seems to work well. He also uses cages, but I doubt that's a decent option in your case
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post #23 of 23 Old 03-07-2018, 07:56 PM
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Yes Scout that's a given!like I said they grab your dog then hold them!they use their huge rear hoppers that have at least 2-3 inch claws that will rip the dogs stomach wide open!even humans!if confronted by a large male Buck you only escape is a tree!or drop down in a submissive gesture!standing up against a Roo is a aggressive move toward them!they take 'this as a challenge and it will be on!he leans back on that thick tail for balance and strikes with his back hoppers!if his long toe nail hits any part of you it will open you up like your skin is tissue paper!while walking my dogs 1 morning I noticed a juvenile male Roo lying down!usually they will take off knowing a human and 2 dogs are close!something seemed odd as he didn't budge until we were on top of him!straight away he jumped up and started to become aggressive and protect itself!Yoda the male came from behind and Tilly was at the front!it happened so fast!as Yoda went in to attack the Roo fell over and couldn't get back up!he had Brocken 1 of his hoppers and was helpless!I called the dogs back and they even looked bewildered what was going on!I left it be but it played on my mind the pain and hopeless situation he was in!I took the dogs home and grabbed the gun!he hadn't moved from the spot so I had to put him out of his misery!its not a nice feeling but with foxes in the area he would of faced a terrible death!I dragged him at least 200 meters into Longlea forest that our property backs onto and he weighed a ton!you wouldn't cut them up for dog food as their full of worms and other nastys!I will never ever kill for the thrill ever again!there is no competition in any animal that stands still and looks at you!if it's to cull there's a reason!if Magpies are destroying my property and kill other birds for fun my persona turns to "whoop ass"
I'd eat him or if taste off see if my dog will take some, cooked, with kibble. If so, I'd have a hefty freezer.
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