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post #21 of 237 Old 03-09-2013, 10:32 AM
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Yep. Possums can climb.

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Oh dear god Faceman!! That is after giving me shivers! Suddenly the rats hanging around the feed container don't seem to horrible!
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Well crap! How the hell do I shoot one in my kitchen, lol. Gotta hide husbands 357, lol. That's how the skunk met her demise in the chicken coop last summer, lol. He got tired of taking the rifle, lol.

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Can you lock the dog door??

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I believe Faceman is funnin' with y'all. That looks like a nutria, not a giant mutant rat.

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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, another thought! My other dogs have food out. It would have to come in dog door, pass their food and 3 of them, climb fence and eat and do all in reverse to leave. Why not just eat the food of the first three???

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Can you lock the dog door??
Yes I can and will if I cannot catch what this is.

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What the heck is a nutria? Yes I am this daft :)

My old HS history teacher used to tell us stories of rats the size of cats when he was in the army.

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Will mice carry a lot of food off?? Or are mice not an option to this?
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Well crap! How the hell do I shoot one in my kitchen, lol. Gotta hide husbands 357, lol. That's how the skunk met her demise in the chicken coop last summer, lol. He got tired of taking the rifle, lol.
Might be better to buy a trap, when you catch him take him at least 5 miles away or just test fire the .357 out back.

Of course I have heard some people think possum tastes good , I will never test that theory

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