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TigerFan244
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How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?

Looking around college football there are everything from Bulls and Buffalo, to a bunch of horses, to a plethora of dogs, to rams, goats, hogs, and even eagles and cocks that take the field for their team. Why does Mike get diva status and not have to?

And spare me the “he’s a wild tiger” BS. I’m sure being around thousands of screaming humans is just as stressful for all those other animals too.


lsu2006
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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And spare me the “he’s a wild tiger” BS.

Lol


Kirk Herbstreit
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
Peta


SG_Geaux
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
University and vet school decision


LSUDonMCO
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
Cows, dogs, and chickens are a little different from Bengal Tigers. If this is too complicated for you, then go to the Vet School and ask them if they can let you in Mike's cage to play with him.

Google Ziegfried and Roy


TigerFan244
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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Peta


So they are selectively sensitive? What abt all the other animals?


lsu2006
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
Not all animals are the same. Are you 12?


TigerFan244
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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Cows, dogs, and chickens are a little different from Bengal Tigers


Again…isn’t that what his cage is for?


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LSUDonMCO
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
A Tiger is an exotic animal and has way more rules about their care than a cow, dog or chicken.


JohnnyBgood
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
For decades Mike used to ride around the field in a caged trailer.


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Homer Pelican
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
This question every year. Idiots just don't get it


rutiger
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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Peta


Peta has literally nothing to do with it, its just the standard reply by retards.


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Dizz
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
For decades our parents smoked in cars, coaches gave out salt tablets, and concussions were not a thing. Doing it for a long doesn’t make it correct.


Death Before Disco
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
Bro, we’re replacing Mike with LED lights, get over it.


SammyTiger
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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Looking around college football there are everything from Bulls and Buffalo, to a bunch of horses, to a plethora of dogs, to rams, goats, hogs, and even eagles and cocks that take the field for their team. Why does Mike get diva status and not have to?


he’s a tiger


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Wabbit7
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
I agree I’ve often said they should let Mike run out with the team. Just have BK hold him on a leash and things would be fine. Would get the crowd going every time!

/s


lsujag
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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he’s a wild tiger


He is


CatfishJohn
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
You’re a dumb person.


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NOSA
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
This takes about 30 seconds of thinking to figure out.


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DownSouthCrawfish
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re: How are other live mascots able to take the field but Mike has to stay in his kitty lair?
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And spare me the “he’s a wild tiger” BS
so you don’t want a real answer


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