Pet dinner at the pond?
We live in central Florida.
Florida is a Tropical Peninsula close to the Equator, hot and rainy.
Florida is and has been a home to tropical plants, birds, animals and reptiles millions of years before humans.
This Lakefront subdivision means that in Florida it is next to a home of Alligators among many other things.
This lake has a sign
“No Swimming Dangerous Wildlife!”
This human sent his pet out to the alligators ‘dinner table’ to pee!
The Alligator said,
“Thank-you for Brunch!”
So, how does the Fish and wildlife
(the protectors of our wildlife),
protect our wildlife?
Trap and kill all alligators in the lake!
A trapper is searching for an alligator that killed a family’s dog in a central Florida subdivision.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal
Reports the large bulldog went missing last Thursday from his lakefront home in the Sky-lake subdivision near Port Orange.
The dog’s body was retrieved from the lake on Monday.
Alligator trapper Curtis Lucas estimates the alligator is 8 to 9 feet.
It had not taken the bait set by Lucas as of late Tuesday.
Lucas was sent to the area after residents made a request on Monday with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to have a trapper catch the gator.
Trapper searches for gator that killed dog in Port Orange He says state law requires nuisance gators over 4 feet to be trapped and killed. Smaller gators are relocated.