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Sep 4, 2014 5:10 PM CST
LOL!!!
I Have NO desire to kill any critters!!!
Repel is as far as I will go under normal circumstances.
Although, I repelled some groundhogs from a hole near my foundation this summer and I just discovered this week that they simply moved to the FRONT yard..... 10 Feet of cinder block down from there before any foundation.

Thanks for the link. I'll go look again.

I researched when I found the FIRST snake in 2004 or 5 - a very large one that had probably been living in the rose of sharon for a long time. I had jostled the bushes by pulling on the runaway grapes and the bindweed for a couple of hours. As I headed in the back door, the large snake was just going past it, hugging the wall/patio connection. I felt awful. I was GLAD to see the new snake and skin. it slithered toward the woods and I was wishing I'd had the nerve to TRY to keep it in my yard.

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