Home - by BigFurHat - January 16, 2013 - 01:00 America/New_York - 19 Comments
January 16th, 2013
Now see if there had been a windmill in the area to kill that dastardly hawk the mouse would still be alive.
Let me guess, you’d let a mouse that carries diseases and shits in your house at random live. but would go after a legal taxpaying citizen?
Rodents like demoncrats and progressives are a pestilence and burden, if you feel sorry for a mouse, then get rid of your uniform, because you’d probably feel sorry for a mmuslim growing opium, a deadbeat without a taxpayer paid for cellphone, and probably suffer from white guilt.
Nature is a whore, as well as competition and survival of the fittest. Accept it or be a lever pulling democrat, it is what it is.
I’ll seek my fortune in the wide world.
Take my chances in the cold.
Come what may I’ll be ok
If I can only find a stretch of open road.
(words courtesy of Peter Case)
Oh, wait.. What’s that in the air flying toward me?
Feed a hawk once, it’ll come back every day.
@Moxie Man –
Now that’s funny!
From what I heard on the video, this mouse was an “annoying” pet. I’m glad he got to see what could happen when you just “dump” a pet that has no clue how to survive.
Boobie the Rocket Dog
Guy sounded “gay” to me. And the fact that he did not just upend the garbage can to let the rat go (that was a damn big mouse) as well as making a video of the whole deal ices it.
Oh, yeah, and what Gracie said, too.
Its not nice to fool with Mother Nature. I’m all for the hawk. The hawk is probably laughing his ass off saying, thanks for the free food SUCKER!
LOL — the mouse was all fat and juicy. Good for the hawk !!
I had to laugh because years ago my som saw this little white mouse right outside our sliding glass door. He wanted to catch it for a pet but we were leaving for vacation and I said no. Soon after I heard a blood curdling scream as my 7 year old saw a big bird swoop down and grab him. I couldn’t help but sing “The Circle of Life”!
the hawk swallowed the little mouse whole. the mouse made its way down the digestive track right out to the hawks asshole. the mouse peeked his head out and looked at the ground far below. the mouse then asked the hawk how high up they were, and the hawk said “about 1000 feet, mr mouse.” the mouse looked back down and said “you would shit me would you?”
was he trying to save a mouse or feed a hawk?
Stirrin the B.S.
I turned up my audio as loud as it could go, and I swear I heard the mouse shouting as he was running away…..
“……free at last, free at last, thank God Almigh-
….and then I saw the hawk.
Lance o Lot
I used to have a neighbor who would feed the squirrels in the back yard. They multiplied and then she moved away.
Now, I love watching the squirrels in my back yard feed the hawks.
F.D.R. in Hell
Hey, Camo Guy… 000 Buck.
At first, the mouse was very happy to get a free air-ride.
Maudie N Mandeville
Two big boys filming the release of a filthy diseased mouse. I’m betting they went back inside to have sex.
Life sucks at the bottom of the food chain.
Hahaha, Jethro, very good.
As a professional mouse killer I would be fined @ $2,000.00 for doing that. They breed faster than rabbits and as mentioned already can carry several kinds of disease.
It’s HIGHLY irresponsible!
Sometimes being an animal lover is at odds with human existence.
When I’m carrying raccoon on my truck I always get asked if I’m going to let it go in the “country”.
I explain that is against the law unless that land’s owner gives permission. Then I ask them if they own any land I could let it go at. Of course they don’t. Well, once a customer did take a racoon to their vacation home and found out 23 raccoons were already present and trash diving every night in the community trash receptacle. They stopped at one.
Then I ask them to think about my 500 competitors that also trap animals around the metroplex and what that land may look like with so many animals that have no way of living on it.
Would you like 20-100 animals a day dropped at your property?
Besides the impossible metrics think about dropping off animals that only have known how to live off a city’s trash, pet food bowls, pools and gardens – where do you expect them to find food and shelter?
Think people, think!
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