As a kid, we had mice rolling nuts up and down the walls. Annoying as hell. We would all be banging the walls at all hours to get them to sit still for a bit.
The worst was when the dog chased a woodchuck up under the porch, where it proceeded to climb up between the wall of the house and porch. It then peed on the electrical box it was sitting on, electrocuting itself. The lights didn't work for a while, my stepdad didn't investigate until it started to smell...a week or two later. At that point, he had to tear out the wall to get the stupid smelly thing out. Full of maggots and lovely, lovely dead smell.
Get a live trap, and then call the landlord. He doesn't want to tear the wall out when they electrocute themselves.
[QUOTE=DinoHunter;1091322]Put out some live traps & then BBQ the lil buggers. I hear theve got a delicious nutty flavor....;)[/QUOTE]
just don't eat the brains or spinal column bits...lest you get creutzfeldt jakob disease.
[QUOTE=specsAreGrok;1094904]just don't eat the brains or spinal column bits...lest you get creutzfeldt jakob disease.[/QUOTE]
OH NO - not another outbreak !!!!!!!!
and don't eat the hooves either - actually do squirell have hooves ????
no gwamma they do not - they have sharp things you stupid woman !
There has been a war going on- evidently some kind of rival clan has laid claim to my attic, because these bastards fight grizzly fights through the walls now all the time, and then I can hear the pitiful crying of their wounded. Crazy shit.
Jeeezzzz people.... there is no evidence of any connection between CJD and ANY brain eating other than BSE infected cattle.
Squirrel brains are fine. Yum!
dude, the squirrels at a house i'm trying to make livable sound like giants
seriously, how does a small furry body make it sound like a cannonball hit the front wall?
i'm gonna try spraying peppermint oil around and see if it drives them out, i read on the internets somewhere that vermin don't like peppermint oil
Have you ever watched them fight? Tasmanian Devil shit, their feet don't touch the ground. Like they literally leap at each other and do matrix style kung fu twists and tumbles in mid-air.
they are awesome though. Does anyone know if their front-arm patterns are unique identifier marks? I have gotten to know a few neighborhood squirrels by their arm markings and I am sad that it took me 30 years to figure this out.