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Old 10-25-2009, 09:28 PM   #15
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strange timing

Guess what sound I woke to in the middle of the night last night.....
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Old 10-25-2009, 09:56 PM   #16
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Mouse Pandemic?

Hi, I hope this isn't catching. Maybe we all need spray foam injections.
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Hi, we never really found him even though my sign stated, "Dead or Alive" but his calling cards were quite small. So I think he was a very small mouse. My thought is to hang two of the CAB bags, one each, on the bathroom and kitchen sink drain pipes.
We have palmetto bugs (roaches) that leave a calling card that could be mistaken for small mouse scat.
Nice to find the dead body, I found a dehydrated mummified squirrel carcass inbetween fuel tank and chassis, he or she was too fat or filled with plastic and couldn't sqeeze out.
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Hi, I hope this isn't catching. Maybe we all need spray foam injections.
Just the normal fall migration I imagine.
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Has anyone experienced mice entering through the holes that our drain valve rods pass through? On my 2003 Safari these are large holes. Once in there couldn't they pass through the holes that the heating ducts go through?
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