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Posted by squirrel hater on 14:08:34 4/28/2013 from 69.112.205.230:

I've sealed up the entrance hole as best I could. It got in from a corner just inside a rain gutter. Meanwhile, I've now got a baby squirrel in my bedroom. I obnly saw the head of it once. My cat seems to find it a curiosity, but has no interest in hunting it. She's an indoor cat. I set 4 traps. One spring latch cage type, 1 large mouse trap and 2 glue traps. It didn.t get in the glue traps, but since that was placed in arother area, that may be why. It ate some of the bait off the dandling metal wire that should have closed the door on it. The door closed, but no squirrel.

It ate the peanut butter and un-popped popcorn from the large mouse trap' but it didn.t spring closed. With the cage trap (I misplaced my other have a heart trap, so I couldn't use it.) I didn't use chum. Maybe I should have.



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