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Re: OT-HUMOR: cats and scary shovels

> Beware shovels!
> Donald Eaves
> donald@e...
> Texas Zone 7, USA - and be careful of cool, shady flowerbeds if you 
> in an area which might have potential visitors of the rattlesnake 
> copperhead persuasions.  This is the first rattlesnake in about 
> years, being limited lately to just the little copperheads.

  I loved reading your story.  I would do the same.  Where I live we 
have two large Labs that run loose.  The local animal control has not 
been able to capture them.  The Labs recently killed a lady's cats as 
she watched out her window, helpless and afraid to go help the cats.  
These same two 'at large dogs' have jumped over my four foot high 
fence.  I thought I was safe fencing in my yard.  I plan on 
protecting my two small house dogs.  My pets are part of my family.
Lucy Harris  zone 8a - Coastal North Carolina

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