By Sara Tan
Jan 18, 2013
A beautiful monarch butterfly is perfectly framed soaring peacefully through a city street. Who knew Google street view could be so artsy?
I can 100% solve the mystery of the Cat photo because this was my "cat" and taken in front of my store (DecorAsian) in Boulder, CO (See the Flatirons in the background) at 3148 Valmont Road. It was taken probably in 2006 or so as we closed that location in late 2006 I think it was. In any event, it is a life-sized plastic tiger (if you look close you can see its missing its tail) that I bought in Thailand on a buying trip . I used to haul the damn thing out there every day until it got stolen. I had another one that I put in front of our store in Denver when we opened up there in 2009. Sadly, it too was stolen....Just a couple of months ago...I have one more but he is in bad shape....If any one wants to buy it, contact me thru www.decorasianstyle.com.
Doh! I hadn't read the entire caption when I made the above posting...True dat! But not a true cat.
There are tons of deer all over Boulder. Cougars (mountain lions) feed on deer. The more deer there are, the more baby mountain lions are born. So, this is just part of nature; cougars hunting deer.
This is funny....This photo does not depict a cougar....It is a lifesized plastic tiger that I USED TO HAVE in front of my store, DecorAsian, inc. (Now Eurasian Interiors, In Denver) until it was stolen. Gosh, that would have been taken 2006 or 2007. Funny thing is we had another one and I put it out in front of our Denver Store. After almost 4 years, he too was stolen...
Dude..Not a real cat...See above...
Deff a mouse clearly can see the antlers
Not a mouse. Not a moose, either. It's a reindeer. Moose don't have that type of antlers.
No, it's not. It's tiger. A fiberglass tiger, that is.
YOu are correct....It was in front of my store...DecorAsian, on Valmont Road in Boulder..WE have moved to Denver...EurAsian Interiors...www.decorasianstyle.com.
cougar it is
Fiberglass tiger it is.
that is defiantly a crazy picture of a wolf/coyote not sure from that distance/angle
Sorry dude thats not a wolf or coyote looks more like a cougar or mountain lion or something in the Cat family.
It is a fiberglass tiger. It says so, if you just read the article.
that is definitely not a moose looks more like an elk or reindeer moose have different antlers.
It didn't say "moose" in the article. It said "reindeer." Try reading.
Tigers in the wild aren't that fat.. This one looks like a copy of a well fed zoo animal.. Pretty cool though kinda scarey if you did not know it is not a real cat....