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Posted by Steve on 0:43:05 12/16/2011 from 74.103.49.197:

I recently had a one way door trap installed at a probable squirrel entry site outside of my home. The expert identified the entry point by finding squirrel droppings and coat oil stains on a piece of wood. It's been 4 days and I can still hear the critter scampering in the ceiling. The house was thoroughly inspected by an expert and this was the only entry point identified. How long does it usually take for a squirrel to exit a house through a one way door?



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