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Posted by Eric on 21:01:03 4/5/2012 from 24.47.192.44:

In reply to: Is this a good strategy? posted by AD on 16:39:18 3/3/2012 from 24.126.184.27:

Bad idea. Just fill a bucket of water deep enough to completely cover the trap and toss the whole thing in.

When the squirrel leaves it's mortal coil, then dispose of the remains. That way the squirrel doesn't become someone else's problem.


AD wrote:

"OK. I took the trap outside and caught a squirrel in short order. I'm going to drive it about 10 miles away and relocate it."



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