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post #211 of 237 Old 03-14-2013, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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You don't think they might be coming in the dog door??
I guess they could be. Was thinking the wall for the one area because its on the other side of where I bumped it.

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post #212 of 237 Old 03-14-2013, 11:10 AM
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I guess they could be. Was thinking the wall for the one area because its on the other side of where I bumped it.
Is that physically possible?

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post #213 of 237 Old 03-14-2013, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Is that physically possible?
I believe so. Its only a foot or two from the ground where the siding is pushed in, had a 2004 beetle when I did, it. Good thing it was not my truck, lol. With mice it can be anywhere. They are so tiny, who knows. And living on a ranch surrounded by pasture I think it will be an ongoing thing!

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I believe so. Its only a foot or two from the ground where the siding is pushed in, had a 2004 beetle when I did, it. Good thing it was not my truck, lol. With mice it can be anywhere. They are so tiny, who knows. And living on a ranch surrounded by pasture I think it will be an ongoing thing!
I meant opening the doggy door.. I've never seen one, but I always thought they were fairly heavy... lol

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Maybe if they ran at it really hard LOL
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I'm thinkin Mighty Mouse's family. He was a famous superhero, I'm sure he's got groupie kids everywhere :)

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Ha! I'm like Evel Knevel crossed with that dude from Jackass. It's ALL extreme for me!
Even when I bucked off - my sister, she can do a flip in the air and land on her feet - Me? No, I land in/on fences, or break bones as I land on my back or my head. LOL
Definitely some weird genetic flaw...

She can flip in the air and land on her feet??? Heck, I'm thinkin she's my fav of you two :) That takes talent!
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She can flip in the air and land on her feet??? Heck, I'm thinkin she's my fav of you two :) That takes talent!
LOL
I know! And this was off a PONY! Don't even hand 14.2 hh in the air to land, but like 12hh. I was not impressed. lol

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racoon , opposum , skunk, weasel ? Squirrels the other dogs, learned how to escape,
If you have mice that can eat that much food , you need more than a couple of traps..lol
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LOL
I know! And this was off a PONY! Don't even hand 14.2 hh in the air to land, but like 12hh. I was not impressed. lol
I've changed my mind... I've decided I'm incredibly jealous!

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