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Posted by Anthony on 16:51:13 1/2/2012 from 76.23.225.150:

In reply to: Avoiding Trap posted by Anthony on 9:26:03 12/29/2011 from 76.23.225.150:

I spoke with a very credible & highly recomended professional .. who feels as though the squirrel was most likely trapped and then released ; and now dislikes the traps as a result, he suggests 1 way doors over any openings that are breached..locking the squirrel out.
Have you heard of this method? and your opinion



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