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Posted by RS from LI on 23:20:38 4/3/2012 from 24.186.66.245:

In reply to: Re: Young squirrel behavior where traps are concerned? posted by Yank on 8:50:15 4/3/2012 from 71.175.123.174:

Yank,

It is a passion born of necessity, as you well know. Used to be when I saw a squirrel, I thought how cute and fluffy it was. Now, I just see red. :-)

Let us know how you make out with those two juvenile delinquent rodents, and which psy-op tactics did them in. Hopefully, they are weaned and you can get them "done" shortly.

Thanks for your kind words. Glad your recovery is going well.



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