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    Pretty good little trail wore up to the hole. Never knew rats did that but makes sense I suppose. Field rats make for the best eating I hear.
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    I think it is done all over the world except at my house.


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    As long as I still have options, rodents won't be one of them.

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    So here's my problem.
    (pretty much expected this)

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    Way better than rats.
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    It's still a rat. I called it right.

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    Maybe you should build him a "hog house", something nicer than under your home. ;-)

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    It's so cute!

    Just got rid of my own. Poor ammonia where he's going in and out of. I freaked out and dumped the bottle but I heard a little on a rag works too. Haha

    Mine hasn't been back.

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    Been several days with a live trap set up, and no takers. I have a feeling he isn't in there. Probably doesn't like the 8 inches of clean 3/4" stone I put down first, before skirting the trailer. I blocked the hole with a piece of sheet metal, and a short piece of 2x4 against it to keep it in place. If he's in there, he can easily knock it down to get out, but should keep other critters from thinking about going in. If it stays that way a few more days, I'll finish applying the aluminum flashing that I never finished doing.

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