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Snooz
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tude dog
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I have owned rats as pets. Little critters are so cute.

Mrs.Dog loved my rodent pets.

Some years ago, Mrs.Dog rescued a mouse from one her cats. Anyway

Wifey took it in and for the next couple of years, "zooomer" occupied a cage of its own.

Most recently, a mouse made its way into a beer can, and Mrs.Dog opened the can. Long story short 'boozer' lived another two years.

I have other rescue stories, but even for me, Mrs.Dog is a bit overboard.
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I love it.. made me laugh..!:yh_rotfl

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Simply brilliant
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Believe it or not, Hubby used this trap out in the shed. He used tin cans instead of plastic bottles. Yep, it worked.
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Rats love 'em some peanut butter.

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