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Unread 07-22-2007, 10:41 PM
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mmmtaste like pork

Don't let all that kitty meat go to waste. Its actually pretty good. Dosn't even taste like housecat! My friend gets them quite a bit, I thought he was nuts at first. He handed me some delicious "smoked pork" he told me it was cougar, I said no way. Later he had me try some seasoned breakfast sasauge made from real cat. Talk about good!
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    I second that Flybuster. You are what you eat and think about what they eat! Cougar meat is tasty.
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    Ain't there some kind of natural law against eating "cat":confused:

    Somehow it just doesn't sound reasonable.
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    Ever open a fortune cookie and have it say; "That wasn't chicken!" Haha
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    come on Roy.... Cat is the "Other" white meat...

    Mine was good when I got it .....

    backstraps were real tasty !!
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    Unread 07-23-2007, 05:16 PM
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    Thanks for the info. I will check the regs. He lives in Washington state but I'm not positive where exactly he hunts as he is on the eastern side. He is an arborest/ tree guy, and damn hard to get a hold of this time of the year.I probably won;t hear from him until the end of august.

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    I'll give the old cat a place on the grill at least once but more than likely twice you know if it tastes like crap I'll think there must be a better way to cook it and try again.
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    We took 2 longtails this winter (150 and 140 lbs). The first with a 160 Accubond out of a 7RM, and the second to a 140 Accubond from a 7mm-08. For the type of hunting you are looking at doing I would take the old deer rifle.
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