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Re: squirrels

Hey guys,
     I just had a brilliant idea. Why not gather up all the nuts from the trees,
pecan and oak, save them until next spring and throw them all in your neighbors
yard. Hmmmmm. One mans/womans junk is another mans treasure :)
Just an idea!

RonnieEA@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 3/31/99 1:30:22 PM Eastern Standard Time, natures@rea-
> alp.com writes:
> << Try the 4 legged rodent control called cats!   >>
> We have cats wandering through our yard all the time and it doesn't slow down
> the squirrels..  They bark like crazy when the cat is near, but as soon as the
> cat goes around the corner the squirrels are back in my feeder..
> I did trap three of them one Christmas day (in my fireplace) - you should have
> heard the comotion they made while my wife and I laid in bed wondering who was
> in the family room.  Anyway, I took them over to my dentists house and let
> them go....figured I'd get back at him for all those expensive fillings...
> But I really got him good that summer - I hauled about 6 chipmonks over there
> and they are worse than squirrels..
> I noticed today that there was a squirrel digging right where my Tattoo is
> planted..  If they get that one, it'll be war....
> Ronnie
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