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Posted by Mike on 14:53:27 10/1/2011 from 24.40.173.102:

Actually, if a grown squirrel that was humanely put down is left in the end of the cage for 24-36 hours, by any chance does it increase the chance of another squirrel in your attic walking into a large cage to have a look at why he's not moving?


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