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Posted by bobbi on 10:29:57 5/14/2010 from 174.59.125.201:

we got the squirrel out once and thought we had it blocked from coming back in. but boy were we wrong. now we have more and though we havent heard them in the house, we know they ae running around in between our patio roof/ceiling. so iwas going to mount the trap at the other hole they created. but once we catch them where should ew take them? our back yard is up against the woods so to just release them back there couldnt possibly be an answer since thats what we did before. whats worse is that they seem (one in particular) almost domesticated. they only fear our dogs b/c they go after them. the one thats not shy at all was literally in our house over x-mas and didnt 'freak' out once he was caught-only one of our dogs wanted to be friends with it, the other 2 did not! our trap is a live trap that would make it only possible to catch one at a time...so we would have to repeat this P.B bread thing a few more times but not sure where to take them so that they dont find their way back. any suggestions would be helpful. the closest body of water is about a 1/2 hour away (i was told you have to release them across a river for them not to find their way back)



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