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RE: birdseed, raccoons

I can't imagine you have a spider in your home with the boys?!? Tigger does
not allow any type of bug here.... He will drive me nuts till he gets it....

I know some pond folks use the apple snails (I think that is what they call
them) for water filtration. I use plants.


> I just didn't realize they were good for much of anything - in any type of
> garden..  Oh, I suppose in the great circle of life they have their place,
> but I find slugs to be a royal pain in the arse.  And even with a shell, I
> just can't see them as cute or "fascinating".
> I never had slugs until I brought in some hardwood mulch and now I'll
> never
> be done with them. Spiders I usually try to put outdoors.  They're welcome
> in the garden, but they sort of give me the creeps indoors.
> Kitty

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