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Good luck Laura Prive and TJ. If anyone should win we up here in Vt Think It Should Be Your TJ Laura you would do anything for your Cats And They ALL Lover You Back
My TJ is there! Can't wait to put his picture out there!
I don't know how you "gain an appreciation" for "Mother Nature" when you shoot an animal for no reason -- not even to eat it. I'm sad to read that although Mr. Elmer admires the birds, he still plans to take his grandchildren crow hunting. Grandparents can teach many wonderful lessons. This is not one of them.
Ditto, Laura! I felt the same way - why kill them if you respect them so much? Especially when killing them serves absolutely no purpose, although I've known a few farmers who would shoot crows eating their corn shoots and leave the dead crows in the field. They all said it would stop the rest of the crows from eating the field. So in that case I can see the purpose, but otherwise they have a lot to teach us and are far more intelligent than most people give them credit for.
Yes, I'm a big fan of Billy. Billy's Belly for President! Great article Pamela and Anson!
I would like to add the irrelevant fact that I personally know the artist who created the incredibly beautiful and detailed rendering of the crow at the top of this article. She is a massively talented artist and you should most definitely hire her to, say, paint a family portrait, decorate the walls of your house with murals, trim your hedges into wild and imaginative shapes, chisel a relief of a fire breathing dragon into your driveway... you know, whatever floats your boat.
So, yeah... free plug :).
Wonderful! I loved this interview and wish Billy good luck in his quest to eat a chipmunk someday.
I will never understand why people who claim to admire and respect animals are so obsessed with killing them.
Crows have been known to mourn their dead. Crows form strong social and family ties and they mate for life. Even Elmer can't justify shooting them (or trying to) anymore, yet he wants to take his grandkids shooting. Why? While "killing one or two crows won't affect the overall population," why add misery to the world, just because you can? Shoot skeet, not living, breathing animals, if you want to be a more ethical marksman.
Watch PBS's excellent documentary, "A Murder of Crows" to learn more: http://www.pbs.org/video/1621910826/ .
''ten long feet''... Billy, you are a hoot! It's great to get a chance to know you a bit more. Keep up the..relaxing.
Some years ago after a protest at Vermont Yankee, we retired to an activists house. He had a pond full of salamanders, fish, frogs, water beetles... And he spied a middling snapper walking up his field. How he saw that was beyond me, but the turtle was headed for his pond. I went out with a No. 5 pail and put him in it. Later we released it in the Ashuelot River.
But people do target turtles on the road. Some years ago in Winchendon, Ma, my father stopped to assist of large painted turtle in the breakdown lane of Route 12. A box truck driven by two yobs swerved and crushed the animal, spraying my dad's shirt in fluids.
Here is a sad story of drivers deliberately kill turtles. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/27/d…
It is just a thought, but a http://onefastcat.com cat exercise wheel might just help Billy the Cat.
I bought one for my somewhat oversized -- er, overweight cat -- Cleopatra (Cleo: http://cleovt.blogspot.com/), earlier last year and she uses it several times a day most days. Besides providing Cleo with much needed exercise and also something meaningful to do, it helps cut down on attacks on human ankles and the like (sometimes anyway).
By the way, like Billy the Cat, Cleo can often be found laying around in much the same manner as he (however, no matter how tempted one might be to do so, one doesn't dare try to rub or scratch her belly ever).
Morgan W. Brown
Vermont Watch: https://twitter.com/vtwatch
Not any Box turtles in your neck of the woods but did you know that every single adult box turtle is vital to the existence of its population?
No longer on the run! http://www.wcax.com/story/30928020/missing-dog-brought-home-after-18-months-on-the-run
Sio: I would think that they do not tranquilizer him because they do not work immediately. It can take 30 to 60 minutes for them to take effect. At that point he most likely would not be in the area to be found and could possibly get injured.
This may seem like a stupid question, but if his food can be baited with heartworm/flea and tick meds, why can't it be baited with a tranquilizer? I've been following the story and it's amazing that Murphy made if through the harsh winter last year--it would be great if they could get him home safely soon (or if not home because he's feral, at least to a safe space).
Thank-you for keeping us up-to-date with this pooch. We're cheering for him from Monkton.
Wonderful article, thank you for acknowledging Tim and the brilliant work he does. Not only is he an inspiration, he has truly made the world a better place for horses, and humans!
My husband and I are visiting Vermont from Florida. We stopped to take a photo of the covered bridge and the stream. I had just put my camera away when I saw Zeus watching us and wagging his tale. I grabbed my camera and captured some great shots of him. It made our day!
i used to go past zues everyday on the bus
Good luck Laura Prive and TJ. If anyone should win we up here in Vt Think It Should…
My TJ is there! Can't wait to put his picture out there!