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Enough said :worthy::DB) Bye bye dude :canadian: Enjoy your new environment :) Released far away to eat another day ;):P:clapping::thumbsup_anim:

 

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It's a groundhog ??? You don't like the little fella I take it :(

 

No cause he was eating my apples and making a mess out of the back yard :wallbash: Hiding under the shed.... he wasn't harm in any way but released far away from home :)

 

Careful what you post Jacque... you could do 10 years in jail.. 8 more than if you beat your kids!

 

I hear you Wayne... checked with the city before doing anything and basically told us to phone SPCA and a $30.00 dollar fee for pickup and release near by.... they also said that we could do it ourselves.... so bye bye Hector :)

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They have no issues travelling long distance. There is usually a burrow.. or under the shed will do. Mom.. Pop and generally a litter of 5 of so.. :w00t:

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They have no issues travelling long distance. There is usually a burrow.. or under the shed will do. Mom.. Pop and generally a litter of 5 of so.. :w00t:

 

 

Yeah I know :blink: Had 2 of them a couple of years ago and couldn't do anything about it.... tried to trap them but no success :wallbash: This time fell for a couple of apples that my daughter place inside the cage... was kind of surprise to see that he went for it B)

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No cause he was eating my apples and making a mess out of the back yard wallbash.gif Hiding under the shed.... he wasn't harm in any way but released far away from home smile.gif

 

 

 

I hear you Wayne... checked with the city before doing anything and basically told us to phone SPA and a $30.00 dollar fee for pickup and release near by.... they also said that we could do it ourselves.... so bye bye Hector smile.gif

I had the same problem till recently Jacques.Heard a ruckus in the yard on the weekend Trinity

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Was having a bit of funwhistling.gif

I wont get into detail, but lets just say. Trinity 1, fur bearin varment 0

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They like fresh lettuce.... .. hate Lead. :whistling:

 

They always fall for lead with me.....:whistling:

 

He also loved to eat the heads of carrot and beans :wallbash: Lead was always on my mind but not an option where I live :o

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You not have a pillow you could sacrifice... LOL They always work in the movies.... :D

 

Movies you say LOL Only thing that comes to mind is Caddy Shack :whistling::lol:

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Hiding under the shed....

Did ya try shining a bright light over the shed? Works for Wiarton Willy. One look at his shadow and he runs back into his hole to hide! :rofl2:

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Did ya try shining a bright light over the shed? Works for Wiarton Willy. One look at his shadow and he runs back into his hole to hide! :rofl2:

 

Good one pikehunter :thumbsup_anim: May be I should of tried it :blink::dunno:

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aren't they defined as varmints/pests when they do that sort of thing ? 22 usually takes care of the problem.

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Ask the guy in Toronto that may do 2 to 10 for beating a raccoon with a shovel for eating his garden Rob. As for part #2 of your post.. YES! :whistling:

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If that guy had been beating a rat with his shovel - nobody would have cared - what's the difference ? His neighbours just lived too close. what he should have done is what Leechman did - except he should have tied a brick to that cage - and taken that coon for a swim.

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:thumbsup_anim:

 

B):thumbsup_anim:

 

Garden hose down the hole works just fine in the city!

 

Wish I could of found it.... The shed is sitting on a big rock and no way for digging :blink: he was just going from yard to yard hiding under everyone's sheds :o He now has a very large variety of vegetables to choose from at his new location :)

 

If that guy had been beating a rat with his shovel - nobody would have cared - what's the difference ? His neighbours just lived too close. what he should have done is what Leechman did - except he should have tied a brick to that cage - and taken that coon for a swim.

 

I know exactly how you feel Rob but not an option where I live :(

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