- Jul 13, 2022
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I have no idea. Sounds strange to me and why isn't he interested in the cats? I don't think the raccoons drag food over that way, just odd that in that spot the toy is there, unless he is someone's pet. And why the cats don't seem to be afraid is another thing. I'm getting two more of those cams today Will set them up in different parts of the yard that I can still watch and throw the toy down below just to see what he does. If he gets the toy and takes off then we'll know he's here for the toy. But he passes the raccoons and possums all the time so he's obviously not here for food. I just don't want him getting too familiar with coming here though because he'll start associating all humans with a meal.