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Re: Kitty's mites now neem

Thanks! I think that's it! but I don't remember having the little
buggers stuck to me for a couple days! I guess in just the time I'm
outside, the damage is done. Now to figure out how to get rid of them.

Marge Talt <mtalt@clubhouse-designs.com> wrote:> From: F M Ferrari 
> You know, I think that I may have mites! Are they those really
> red bugs? I keep finding them on me while working in the yards and
> gotten some nasty bug bites. I wonder if it's them?!?!? I need to
find a
> picture...Fran

Chiggers maybe?


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