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want to play possum?

Posted by rox146 none (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 16, 13 at 20:39

look what was in the live capture this morning right next to where all the cuttings are rooting with eggs.....glad we don't have armadillos I guess. We take them to the other side of the river. Lucky I guess they have never in 3 years of doing eggs in the rooting process had anything disrupt the pot. Nasty little creatures and the 2 whippets don't like them 1 bit. roxanne


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They are nasty......VERY NASTY!!!! I cannot stand them. I normally am against killing any animals but these are the exception. Glad you caught the menace!

Andrew


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they carry disease for the cats and dogs as do raccoons


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Awwwww. :-/

Chuy


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That thing looks scary! :s glad we don't have those around here!

Mark


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I have to admit, I have a soft spot for possums (and not in soup). They are not the best looking (and that's being kind), but I grew to like them when I went to school near where several lived. And how many animals can hang by their tails and play dead like a possum? I'm glad he's getting a new home on the other side of the river!


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We should put numbers on them to see if they return. Who would not want to live at the beach... :-) We are now up to 29 critters live caught this season alone. roxanne


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