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Posted by Keith on 11:01:57 12/3/2014 from 173.37.200.9:

I plan on setting traps in my attic. I've seen a squirrel exit an attic vent. My plan is to leave that available and set traps nearby in attic. My question is how will I know I trapped them all and it's okay to repair opening? Also, some professionals close everything and set traps in attic. Why would they use that method? Seems squirrels would damage things trying to escape.



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