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RE: RE: mousers was: holiday decorating

Problem is DH would never tolerate a snake as a house pet :)


> A  good few years ago TV program, don't know if it was one from PBS or
> Disney, covered this subject.   If the mother cat catches mice,
> etc. and brings them back to the kittens, the kittens will be good
> mousers.
> Cats that are raised with no opportunity to observe the adult, are
> as
> good.  Interesting.  The program also illustrated that the most
> mouser is a black snake...will outdo a cat every time.
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN

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