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I am really pretty tolerant of the wildlife that takes more than its just 
share of my garden, and I even manage the deer problem pretty well, but this is 
too much!  Imagine my ire this morning when I stepped out the front door to 
discover that the containers on the front stoop had been devastated.  Miniature 
roses in bloom had been chomped off, zonal geraniums pulled from the pots and 
left lying on the ground, a large container of impatiens completely devoured, 
but worst of all the two very large old hibiscus plants were sheared off right 
back to the main stem.  Maddening!  I'm ready for venison stew!  

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