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Re: My life has turned into the movie "Ben"


I agree with Donna. They will do big damage to your car, not to mention the
stench if they nest there very long. Do it today, this morning. The install
a cat for prevention of new move-ins. If you get a cat, it better be a full
grown Miane Coon Cat or some such hefty bruiser. Preferably a lean & hungry
one. Rats are formidable fighters.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrea H" <hodgesaa@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2004 3:15 AM
Subject: [CHAT] My life has turned into the movie "Ben"


> I had to tell someone about this, even though it's way off topic. Remember
> last week I asked about rat poison? Well, so far I've disposed of 16,
however,
> they just won't go away. Just now, I was out on the porch drinking my
coffee
> and this huge rat appeared from my planted box on the wall. She would jump
> from the box, to the table to the ground, and as I watched her she was
moving
> something (babies) and taking them out to the driveway, and jumping into
the
> undercarriage of my car and putting them there. EEEEEEWWWWWWW, I'm going
to
> have fried, baby rat in my engine. This is disgusting. And it's really
sort of
> starting to freak me out. She would literally jump from the ground to the
car,
> and I drive a jeep so it's not like it's right on the ground.
>
> I just had to tell y'all. Garden creatures are welcome but these things
have
> GOT TO GO!
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC
>
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