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OT: annual copperhead post

  • Subject: OT: annual copperhead post
  • From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 24 May 2002 22:02:29 +1000

Donald wrote:
>At first I was glad the dogs hadn't been bitten, but then I
>was thinking what use these gifts from unknown persons are if they >can't 
>at least wart the things away?  They are about to clean me out >of lizards 
>and I want those!

Donald - get a cat. They are much better snake killers than dogs, especially 
the females who tend to go in for kill rather than have a play with them. 
They will, unfortunately, kill the lizards too. I miss the lizards from my 
old garden (skinks, or drop tails) - they were invaluable snail and slug 

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