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Posted by Albert Spencil on 14:00:34 6/25/2010 from 216.180.7.52:

In reply to: Re: aggresive squirrel posted by John Fasoldt on 15:38:57 5/29/2010 from 173.71.122.198:

"It takes a pretty good cat to tangle with a squirrel... Mostly, the squirrels stay out of range pretty easily"
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Actually, a good working cat is a good deterrent for squirrels in your yard. My old tom eats them right down to the tail. Now, a cat that lives indoors and occasionally goes out is not likely to do much with squirrels.



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