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3 Report of Imperial Russian Hunt: We Hunted 719 Dogs and 1010 Cats

Report of Imperial Russian Hunt: We Hunted 719 Dogs and 1010 Cats

Posted on May 31, 2014 by tim


Annual reports of the Russian Emperors hunts were published in work-of-art hand painted bulletins. These are examples of those reports, with a detailed list of how much of each species has been hunted down. For example, the Imperial Hunt Bulletin of 1908 reports that they have hunted down:

Sixteen bears,

Six bobcats,

Seven elks,

Three deers,

453 hares.

Also tens of badgers, some otters, martens, hundreds of ferrets and ermines.

Looks pretty normal for the hunters, until you get to things like:

“In the year 1908, it was hunted seven hundred and twelve stray dogs, one thousand two hundred eighty five cats.”. WHAT?! Can this be some sort of a mistake or coded words for something else?

Looks like no. Let’s see the imperial hunt bulletin of 1900 – “In 1902, 719 stray dogs and 1010 cats hunted down”

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3 Responses to “Report of Imperial Russian Hunt: We Hunted 719 Dogs and 1010 Cats”

  1. petrohof says:

    obviously you have never had fresh cat

  2. Amerikanyetz says:

    Did Dick “killer” Cheney have ancestors in Russia? Did they make the dogs sit up and beg…. for their LIVES? “Who’s a good boy? Play dead!” Ok, not play really. Just be dead.

  3. Iron says:

    The “cats” was not ordinary cats.. They were LYNX’es, and dogs was Racoon DOGS.. :)

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