Originally Posted by HARPERC
Hunterbob-from the cats point of view what do you suppose he thought about dinner exploding, and his ears ringing. I remember talking to folks that participated in collaring elk calves years ago. A few incidents like this, and they learned to keep their head in swivel mode. How long did it take before you could laugh about it. LOL
Oh , I didn't laugh right away for sure. Let say this, the way he came out of the brush he had to be running, because it was blurr, I caught in my pheriferal vision.
He never made a noise either. Now i always keep my knife where its an easy grab, because if a cat wants you, he'll be on you before you know he's there.
I saw one in south texas this year that was huge. I was on my way to an oil rigg in the middle of the night. After seeing that cat, I bought a nice case knife
with a narrow blade 6" long.. LOL