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Thread: Squirrel Ladders---SAVE LIVES !!

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    Thank you for this warning and the very good information! I will certainly keep this in mind.
    Recently the industry has come up with different types of plastic mesh with holes between " to ". Very sturdy and durable material that has the advantage of not rusting compared to other products.

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    This brought back a memory when our Ricky fell in the toilet. He did get out then ran scared all through the house,,,, what a clean up that was. Lids down

    Wherever you are Ricky we miss you

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcassidy View Post
    If you close the lid, how will the dogs get water

    I wish more people would do something like this in their horse water troughs too. Glad the word is getting out.
    After a squirrel sadly passed away in my horses trough, I made a daisy chain out of baling twine and attached it to a fence to hang into the trough. Never had another tragedy. I have often told horse friends about this= even if they don't care about squirrels, they don't like the idea of their horses having to drink water with a deceased little body in it, or the colic not drinking water causes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikkicreatesart View Post
    After a squirrel sadly passed away in my horses trough, I made a daisy chain out of baling twine and attached it to a fence to hang into the trough. Never had another tragedy. I have often told horse friends about this= even if they don't care about squirrels, they don't like the idea of their horses having to drink water with a deceased little body in it, or the colic not drinking water causes.
    Yes! Good idea to appeal to their concern for their horses if they aren't concerned for squirrels!
    "I hope everyone got or gets their Baby Love today"~Shewhosweptforest

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