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Re: OT-HUMOR: cats and scary shovels

Gee snails & slugs.  I bet Rosalie has those cute little garter snakes
And for Donald & the rest of us.  The kingsnakes include the poisoness ones
in their diet thereby reduceing their populations.

> Donald!  How can you say "JUST little copperheads"!  They can grow up!
> happened to the cat? I bet she jumped too!  I think I'll cross Texas off
> list of places to live.  Here I only have snails and slugs to contend
with -
> I hope!  And of course the borer!  Rosalie nr Baltimore, USA  zone 7 with
> more rain today  ryfigge@aol.com

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