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Old 03-23-20, 09:09 AM
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Olefeller77 
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Seattle Forrest
Now is not the time to be training cats to eat squirrels. With all the hoarding going on there may be a slight food shortage in the coming months.
I have been having a devil of a time trying to keep the local squirrels at bay here. They eat tomatoes right off the vine. They eat the fruit off the trees . They are even tearing open the trash bags. I'm ready to start thinning the herd. In my youth I hunted enough to keep the entire family in fish,squirrel, rabbits and ducks. We had big red squirrels but I'm betting these little grey's we have taste ok also.
Note - If you wish to live trap these pests, there is no bait better than a half handful of salted in the shell peanuts.
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