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Re: RE: Squirrels

Sugar's not allowed off her tether or I wouldn't have squirrels. The big
male likes to get w/in a foot or so of the end of her "reach" and shake
his tail at her and bark. If she got loose she'd nab him in a heartbeat.
She got away from me one time and went straight up the pecan tree where
they live and I held on to her back feet for what seemed like an hour
until she unclenched her front feet and fell into my arms. Oh she was

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Donna
Sent: 7/19/2004 7:04:28 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Squirrels

> HA! I have so many darn rabbits here they can't decide which plant to
> eat first....so they sample them all!
> My dog just watches them, my mothers (who lives next door) chases them,
> but never caught one yet... hum....
> Donna
> Who's cat is not allowed outside.
> > 
> > I used to see lots of squirrels in my yard, but the cats ate them.
> Now I
> > just see the occasional one.  Don't see bunnies or chipmunks at  all.
> My
> > daughter had chipmunks, but Macho, the Chihuahua, got rid of  them.
> Cats
> > and dogs
> > make great exterminators.
> > 
> > zem
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