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Posted by John Fasoldt on 6:06:18 9/17/2010 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: shooting trapped squirrels posted by John in Fla on 19:19:25 9/16/2010 from 72.148.74.10:

I doubt (for the squirrel's sake) you need to wash the trap at all. These creatures are omnivores and go into trash.... I would think that cleaning the trap would be more for your own sensibilities, rather than for the squirrels!

But to answer your question, I guess I would wash off a bloody trap, should it happen.

---John



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