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Re: This and that
  • Subject: Re: This and that
  • From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 18:52:27 EDT

I've tried the kitty litter treatment, but it doesn't seem to bother
those around here.  I'm becoming sorely tempted to try the
remedy an old woman told me years ago.  She said, just
break up a package of ExLax and sprinkle the pieces 
around.  You won't have any more trouble with chipmunks.
I could never bring myself to do that, but I'm getting pretty
fed up.
In a message dated 7/9/2010 6:30:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

Bleach is a bad idea for the reasons previously stated.
I have found the best (most successfull as well as environmentally 
solution is scooped cat litter.
The cat pees, I scoop the nice round patty, place it over the chipmunk 
and they don't come back.  They'll push out bricks, soil, anything else you 
put in their way, but no pee patties.

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