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Attack Riding Mule

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I'd rather ride a mule then a racehorse. This is one hostile herbivore:

 

"A couple from Montana were out riding on the range, he with his rifle and

she (fortunately) with her camera. Their dogs always followed them, but on

this occasion a Mountain Lion decided that he wanted to stalk the dogs

(you'll see the dogs in the background watching). Very, very bad decision.

 

The hunter got off the mule with his rifle and decided to shoot in the

air to scare away the lion, but before he could get off a shot the lion

charged in and decided he wanted a piece of those dogs. With that, the

mule took off and decided HE wanted a piece of that lion. That's when all

hell broke loose for the lion.

 

As the lion approached the dogs, the mule snatched him up by the tail and

started whirling him around. Banging its head on the ground on every

pass. Then he dropped it, stomped on it and held it to the ground by the

throat. The mule then got down on his knees and bit the thing all over a

couple of dozen times to make sure it was dead, then whipped it into the

air again, walked back over to the couple (that were stunned in silence)

and stood there ready to continue his ride as if nothing had just

happened" author unknown. :ph34r: CL

 

 

 

 

Edited by charlielima

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Dang that's some serious business there and all that while wearing a saddle. I say hunter and photographer should saddle the dogs and give the mule the riffle.

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Dang that's some serious business there and all that while wearing a saddle. I say hunter and photographer should saddle the dogs and give the mule the riffle.

 

:rofl::rofl::rofl: ROGER THAT

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Look at the dogs expression it's like damn! that mule is the real deal! My guess is the mule has tangled with mountain lions before.

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Owners should take down the sign at their ranch that says "Beware of Dog" and replace it with "Beware of Bad @$5" So, does that saddle have score cards on how many moutain lions that've been claimed by the mule?

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Who would have believed this story if no pics were taken? Truth is often stranger than fiction. :biggrin:

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Ok, I have come to a decision.

I will not get me a watch dog, I'll get a watch mule. :biggrin:

Hey, you can get to ride it afterwords.

try ridding a dog? :rofl:

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Ya know what, this is what we should call Del's F-29... Mule!

 

On a more serious note though, I don't think this is a case where the mule has tangled with mountain lions before. I think this is a situation where the mule and the dogs have live with each other at the hunter's property long enough to where it just become an issue of loyalty between them. The mule observed the lion going after the dogs, in which the mule is probably very loyal to, and because of that, the mule, without hesitation, charges in to protect them. You would kind of think that the situation would be turne around where the lion would go after the mule, and the two dogs would go after the lion to protect the mule.

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Well, the mule is much larger than the mountain lion. It didn't live that long by being stupid, you attack the creature that's more your size as your chances are better. I'm sure it had no idea the mule would attack it.

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Ya know what, this is what we should call Del's F-29... Mule!

 

On a more serious note though, I don't think this is a case where the mule has tangled with mountain lions before. I think this is a situation where the mule and the dogs have live with each other at the hunter's property long enough to where it just become an issue of loyalty between them. The mule observed the lion going after the dogs, in which the mule is probably very loyal to, and because of that, the mule, without hesitation, charges in to protect them. You would kind of think that the situation would be turne around where the lion would go after the mule, and the two dogs would go after the lion to protect the mule.

 

Does this sound like the same core values of many at this site? :ph34r: CL

 

 

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