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  • Plot70
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    Our feral cat has a sense of humour having left the back raspberry blowing ends of two rats on the path by the raspberry bed.

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  • Nicos
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    I imagine it’s a female cat. They tend to be the better hunters.
    She’s got to be brave/ skilful to tackle a rat - more than likely taught by her feral mom.
    Rats are very fast defending themselves.

    We had a very extrovert cat in the uk but he was wasn’t a natural hunter - he came in one day looking very sorry for himself with a mass of rat bites on his nose.



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  • DannyK
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    Perhaps it was a Jewish cat. Hind quarters are not Kosher but strangely Halal.

    I've just left squirrel number 41 at bottom of garden for my fox.

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  • Plot70
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    Our feral cat left another one.
    This time we have HD photos with a link to a photo of the cat that is depositing them.
    https://www.ispotnature.org/communit...4143/brown-rat

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  • Plot70
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    Rat legs

    One of the local feral cats left me a bit of rump on the allotment path.
    Perhaps it only likes the gnorring ends of our rats.
    I took the legs to the nearest plot with a bonfire on it for disposal.

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