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Re: What Charley taught us NOW Cute Furry Things

I did in New Orleans Zem. Armadillos can a destroy a yard and/or garden
in one night. 'Bout the only thing that keeps them out of a yard is a
very large, barking dog.


Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
My cats keep the squirrels in check, and they apparently have eaten any 
rabbits in my yard. I do, however, have a resident armadillo. They might not be 
interested in my plants, but they dig craters deep enough to break an ankle 
in the flower beds and in the yard looking for grubs. God forbid one decides 
to dig a burrow as has been done in several neighbors' yards. They make the 
skunks' divots look like nothing at all. Anybody else have problems with 

zone 7
West TN

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