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Geez Louise!  Is that a cougar/bobcat at the left edge of that photo?  :shock:

CC, At first, I would say a Bobcat, but in looking at the picture it looks like that cat has a spotted tail. Maybe that is the inside of his rear leg, I am seeing. It is about the size of a Bob Cat, but we have both Mountain Lions and Bob Cats in the area. We see both in the neighborhood. Some folks claim to have even  seen Mexican Grey Wolves on their properties. The range of Mexican wolves was recently enlarged to include Az. I have not seen one, myself. 

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Any one who leaves a cat or dog out and  unprotected here, does not have a cat or dog for very long. Folks have covered dog runs with small link chain link  on both  the sides and  covering the top as well , so their pets are completely inside a cage. Generally these runs are built along side the garage with a doggie door leading from inside the cage to the garage, so a frightened pet can escape inside. 

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CC, I checked some photos, It's a Bob Cat, in some photos they have what looks like spots at the end of  a short tail and the inside of the leg and belly is spotted. 

 

Yeah, I look closer and there is nothing about that tail that says Cougar.  But even a bobcat strolling around your property mid day is a little unsettling, especially if you have a doggie or kitty door!   :-o  :-o  :-o

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