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Posted by CarlS on 14:55:21 4/12/2011 from 192.151.110.119:

In reply to: Re: Relocation posted by GrammyK on 8:24:17 4/4/2011 from 67.191.254.205:

May also be illegal to relocate wild life without a permit. Check with your local laws, I found that in NY, it was either destroy or let free on your own property. Any transporting must be done by a licensed wild-life handler... as the squirrel(s) will likely find a new house or die of starvation/exile in their new habitat.

Not pointing any fingers, but after catching 24... I'm glad they are not somebody else's problem.



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