Monday, April 16, 2012

Oh my, where will we walk Fifi?

Coyotes force closure of trails in Golden Gate Park to dogs



SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco officials are closing some trails to dogs in Golden Gate Park in response to aggressive behavior from coyotes.
The trails are near JFK Drive and the park's north and middle lakes by the buffalo enclosure. The trails will likely remain closed to dogs until August.
Park Department spokeswoman Sarah Ballard says walkers and joggers in the area will also be cautioned.
One resident told the San Francisco Chronicle (http://bit.ly/Ig5kEV) her dogs were on a leash when they were threatened by a coyote. The animal was eventually scared off by a park department truck.
Animal control officials believe the coyotes have a den in the area and are defending their territory during pup season.

8 comments:

Goldenrod said...

WTF, GOD said, man shall have control over all animals.....why do you think we have 9mms, e.g.?

Paul, Dammit! said...

on the upside, without all the San Franciscans on the paths, the coyotes will be protected from AIDS.

Huckleberry said...

She thinks that coyote threatened her dogs huh, Just wait til he gets that new shit from ACME then that bitch will see

Anonymous said...

Unintended consequences. The libs should be careful what they wish for.
Rick Perry could walk his dog in the park in perfect safety.
Paul in Texas

steiner said...

When my kids were young I took them 2 the military cemetery at the Presido.Showed then the graves of the 3 war guys.WW2,Korea and Vietnam.Said they paid for our freedom.I pray you cocksuckers in charge get to feel me,I am going to pay my share.
Liberty Valance

rpm2day said...

Someone should walk a real dog out there. Oh wait, San Francisco. My mistake.

Anonymous said...

Revolver, 4", shotshells in position 1-3, and light Glasers in 4-6 for any remaining viable canine units

Wait ! ... better idea ! ... get some of the local SanFran GLBT Enrichers, strip 'em down, rub em with bacon, and force jog them, about 100Y apart, 24/7, apply para 1

Coyote population would relocate in about a week, and animalrighters would undergo rapid conversion to reality.

Repeat ad libum

Dan said...

I'm pretty sure we'd do things somewhat differently here in Florida.