Tom Stienstra, Outdoors columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle wrote on the SF Gate blog about a mountain lion eating a pet cat near Eureka, CA, "This is another loud, clear warning that there are too many mountain lions out there."
His conclusion: Time to manage (kill) mountain lions. My conclusion: The ramblings of a deranged mind.
How many humans are there in California? About 37 million. The state Department of Fish and Game estimates there are about 5,000 mountain lions.
House cats are an invasive species. They kill millions of wild birds each year. Maybe it's time to manage house cats. Maybe it's time for humans to manage their own population. Instead we have "sportsmen" who want to kill everything that interferes with their pathetic existence.