Comments for Animals of Montana http://www.animalsofmontana.com Wildlife Visuals with an Edge Mon, 05 Oct 2015 02:48:20 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Lions, Tigers and Doberhuahuas! Oh My! by Fabienne Peter http://www.animalsofmontana.com/lions-tigers-doberhuahuas-oh/#comment-1010 Tue, 18 Mar 2014 11:58:23 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2813#comment-1010 Great to see my pictures in you blog! Thank you very much for posting them!
Hope to see you soon again in beautiful Montana!
Fabienne Peter-Chevalley

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Comment on A Beautiful Day of Wildlife Photography in Montana! by Chris Flees http://www.animalsofmontana.com/a-beautiful-day-of-wildlife-photography-in-montana/#comment-1009 Wed, 12 Mar 2014 04:50:44 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=638#comment-1009 This animal photo experience appears to be a great time. I cannot imagine ever being that close to some of these animals (by choice) in the wild. A definite add to the bucket list.
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Comment on Lions, Tigers and Doberhuahuas! Oh My! by Susan Candelario http://www.animalsofmontana.com/lions-tigers-doberhuahuas-oh/#comment-1007 Wed, 12 Feb 2014 22:52:52 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2813#comment-1007 Great blog post and beautiful and cute images, Meghan!

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Comment on Lions, Tigers and Doberhuahuas! Oh My! by Jerry Fornarotto http://www.animalsofmontana.com/lions-tigers-doberhuahuas-oh/#comment-1006 Wed, 12 Feb 2014 22:42:29 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2813#comment-1006 Great story! Thanks for posting my photo.
Best to all,
Jerry Fornarotto

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Comment on Bustin’ Butts by Ri Wolf http://www.animalsofmontana.com/bustin-butts/#comment-1003 Wed, 22 Jan 2014 20:13:30 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2748#comment-1003 I always enjoy reading your monthly blogs but this one takes the cake. Your top 10 list is right on! I am partaking in #1 and #10 as we speak! Keep up all the great work!:D

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Comment on Cold Turkey: by Christie http://www.animalsofmontana.com/cold-turkey/#comment-983 Tue, 05 Nov 2013 05:09:46 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2711#comment-983 Absolutely fabulous! these photos are awesome! Play kitties, play! you guys do what I only could dream of doing. Amazing job with the animals.

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Comment on Class Acts or Just Clowning Around With Our Pets? by Vicente Fleming http://www.animalsofmontana.com/class-acts-just-clowning-around-pets/#comment-977 Sat, 21 Sep 2013 04:47:14 +0000 http://www.animalsofmontana.com/?p=2649#comment-977 When I make comparisons with exotic pets and domesticated dogs, I am not suggesting that they require similar care, or are even similar at all. Tigers are inherently dangerous. They are carnivores that have evolved to eat animals stronger than humans. Although tigers that are hand-raised and not from the wild do not readily see humans as prey, they can still accidentally kill even in play or fear because they do not have such moral awareness. Such exotic animals may be inherently dangerous, but they require a caretaker that is inherently responsible just as pilots must be. Dogs on the other hand have been selectively bred to live with humans and not be aggressive toward their owners.
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