The Official "Show Us Your Ham Cat" Thread

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W7ROX, Oct 3, 2017.

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  1. W7RY

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    Now there is a FINE BUSINESS CAT!
     
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  2. W0FS

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    Fluffy and Squeak. no mice survive in this shack. DSC06243.JPG
     
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  3. UT7UX

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    Exactly right.
     
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  4. KA2CZU

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  5. KF4ZGZ

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    The only cat I have.

    ham cat.jpg
     
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  6. W7ROX

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  7. KA2CZU

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    The only cat *I* have:

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  8. WN1MB

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    No litter box necessary. Nice!
     
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  9. KA0HCP

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    Here is my local Bobcat checking out my antenna farm on this misty December Kansas morn. He was on a slow stroll, and stopped when I tapped on the window.

    For reference he is about three times the size of a housecat with longer legs. He is looking for rabbits, field mice, wood rats, voles (related to lemmings) and small game. His short (bobbed) tail gives him his name. Not clear in this photo are the tassel hairs on his ear tips.
    Bobcat Dec 19.jpg
     
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2019
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  10. W9RAC

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    Nice job on that picture. Beautiful
    cat for sure. Great job on spotting him also, best, Rich
     
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