Friday, December 14, 2007

Oh no! not another one ?

I have another rodent visitor, or the same ones come back again (I think not, as the teeth marks are less powerful and much smaller) so out comes the trap and I will try three times more and then the killer comes out (the head ache maker) sorry, thats the way it goes in my house, I`m compassionate untill my piles tweak and then its death! :o)) more later

7 comments:

Fuff said...

Good luck Orb. It can't be much fun having a rodent tweak your piles :)

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Stan Chion said...

Awwwww.
Free the mice.

rob said...

Who deleted the comments come on own up!!!!!!
I hired a guy with a terrier once to catch all the rats that hung about the Zoo dump and boy were there some!!! he laid out the traps and flooded the holes and the terrior must have caught and killed about 50 the traps had about another fifty and that was in one day! on the second day he checked his traps and found notes in them with "Has anybody seen my mummy and daddy" written on them. I found out who had 2set it up2 9written the notes), but never used the terrier man again.
:o((

rob said...

Another Rat story for you My Japanese relations, when they were kids and lived in Kyoto (now the canaho valley california) the family house had a "Hebe" in the roof which (if I have spelt it right) is a snake, a restrictor, probably a python of some kind, which used to keep the rodent population down. After a while it was replaced with a smaller one because as it grew its weight caused it to fall through the ceiling now and again and frighten the kids when it landed on their beds at night. The grandmother used to frighten the kids by telling them that if they were bad she would get the hebe to come and get them

Jamie said...

Just popping in to wish you a Happy New Year, Rob! Hope it's the beginning of a wildly prosperous and absolutely content one ~ J

rob said...

Thanks Jamie you are always most welcome have a great new year and may all go smoothly! take care!