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Old 12-15-2012, 09:22 AM
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Lol! I can say that the worst I've ever had was a mouse. Apollo thought it was a lovely crunchy snack.
Yuk!!
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Yuk!!
It meant I didn't have to clean up the body like I would have if the cats killed it.....
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When I was a kid, my cat would bring in the occassional snake, a little milk snake, and put it in my bed. Was not fun.

Now your snake, what kind, I know a lot of timber rattlers up there, had my share but not in the house. How the heck do they get them in there, cat door?
Yes cat door.

Yes, it was a milk snake.
There are no poisonous snakes to speak of here in NH. Timber rattlers are found only in a few places and are nearly gone.
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It meant I didn't have to clean up the body like I would have if the cats killed it.....
dead mice = doggy Hors d'oeuvres
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Yes cat door.

Yes, it was a milk snake.
There are no poisonous snakes to speak of here in NH. Timber rattlers are found only in a few places and are nearly gone.
When I lived in Groton ma, we had plenty of timbers, when moved to Mason NH, plenty of garder, and green. The once in a while black racer.
That was in the late 70's. Showing my age.
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dead mice = doggy Hors d'oeuvres
Unfortunetly it wasn't dead when he caught it, but yah, pretty much!
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Unfortunetly it wasn't dead when he caught it, but yah, pretty much!
Double yuk!
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Double yuk!

lol!! He caught a house sparrow over the summer. I managed to retrieve that one before he ate it, but it was definetly dead by that time....
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lol!! He caught a house sparrow over the summer. I managed to retrieve that one before he ate it, but it was definetly dead by that time....
You definetly don't need a cat, you have your big boy, best mouser, and birder around LOL
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