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    Default Re: Squirrels being poisoned

    Quote Originally Posted by baklagan View Post
    Guys, update!! So animal control said they got involved and interviewed her again. Her story now changes. She claims she's not poisoning but live trapping..Ahm, explain then the carcasses on the lawn. She claims they die in the cage. And what, she just throws them out??

    So now her story does not add up! Overall, she is too dumb to realize she could live trap them and have them removed vs. getting them all killed... I am sure there are other ways. Maybe I should tell her what they are. Can you guys comment on any?
    Id offer to relocate the Squirrels for her.. If kindness doesn’t work create flyers and hand them out to every neighbor and post them everywhere! I had a neighbor abusing animals.. I posted flyers and he moved the following month! Shame is a powerful behavior changer.. If not you who will fight for them.. Someone is poisoning Squirrels in our neighborhood as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baklagan View Post
    Does anyone know, what the heck is that? Brown bowl looking thing, right where grass ends.. On pavement. It's new!
    To me it's pretty obvious what this is in the bowl...
    This person is one sick deranged individual and she's obviously taunting you now.

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    Default Re: Squirrels being poisoned

    From the picture I cannot tell what is in the bowl, is it poison?

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