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Posted by John Fasoldt on 2:43:10 4/28/2015 from 108.24.127.31:

In reply to: Time to trap squirrel posted by Joe on 16:02:45 4/27/2015 from 97.83.234.233:

Actually, they should be done by now, so go ahead and trap. When you get one, before you do anything with her, tip the trap and check her teats - if they look "used" = (swollen and sometimes a bit bloody) then you can release her and try again in about 2 months.

Make sure you secure the doors so they won't come open when you tip the trap to look!

---John



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