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Old Yesterday, 11:59 AM #91
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I live in Cecil county and here it is legal to kill a fox that is in your hen house, attempting to get in your hen house or fleeing after any of the above. Get a hen, put it on your porch in a box and when the fox shows up, let him have it. If your heavy populated area, use a small 410 2 3/4 buck shot so you don't kill the neighbor just the fox. If you you have this problem now you will most likely have the same issue in the future. I don't like cats but I do like to keep my wife happy, and if you let a fox harm your wife's cat, she is gonna be a unhappy camper.
That''s a general rule statewide but OP lives in the inner sanctum of the Peoples Republic of Md. and is not even allowed to shoot so much as a bb gun outside.
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My crossbow is much louder than my RAW Hm1000X in .25 cal. Just sayin....
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Never. I bleed Rangers blue.

But seriously, my wife loves her cats. I personally dont care for them but they make her happy so they are here to stay. So lets stop the cat bashing, and focus on the question at hand.
If your wife truly loves her cats why does she let them roam outdoors which exposes them to all sorts of problems. She is not part of the solution; she is part of the problem. A big part.
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I would suggest that if you live in The Democratic People Republic of Montgomery County you keep you cats in doors or call the Animal Control. Your cats might be disturbing the kits and they might be too close to your house. Put it to the animal officer that you don't want your cats to kill the kits....that should bring them out in a jif. Then again, in the backwards a-- way of Montgomery County they make take your cats away.
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Shoot the cats, they shouldn't be outside anyway. Fox live outside. See what's wrong here?
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Have you considered renting an eagle?
Then you'll have to rent a pterodactyl to deal with the eagle. Where does it end?

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Then you'll have to rent a pterodactyl to deal with the eagle. Where does it end?

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Not sure but I'll bet sooner or later you'd be looking for a fox!
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As some have said, cats belong inside.

They are the number one killer of song birds on the planet.

For some reason some people think that's cute (not so much).

BTW, Fox are not in season (in most parts of the state) and if you're worried, I would suggest you get DNR involved.
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