Posted by John Fasoldt on 5:18:13 4/11/2012 from 22.214.171.124:
In reply to: Re: NJ Regulations posted by SJF on 23:06:17 4/10/2012 from 126.96.36.199:
Permissible? Well, that depends on who you talk to - and in front of whom... Actually, permissible means gassing. But that's difficult for homeowners to do - and could be dangerous. As far as I'm concerned, drowning is the easiest. But whatever you do, as I said, do it out of the public eye and don't mention it to people. You never know who THEY tell and how THEY will react. I've seen it happen.
As far as the traps are concerned, it's why live trapping is best. Should you trap the wrong animal, it's easy to let him go, unharmed.
And as RS mentions, I've also seen rabid tree-huggers change into squirrel killers extraordinaire when their own personal space was invaded. My own brother was one of them, after he discovered $4800 worth of damage to his roof.
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