Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Skunks...the Bunny and Squirrel Collaborator

A new enemy has befallen our 900 sq/ft yard. He has taken up residence underneath the slab of our garage by digging a tunnel and removing an amazing amount of foundational gravel in order to create a lovely spring nest. The important thing is to secure the perimeter of the yard soon before a newly stimulus empowered government agency comes in and declares my yard an urban sanctuary.

I may just leave the hole but get a badger and let him use it. I promise him a full supply of squirrels and bunnies....and skunks.

4 comments:

CLJ711 said...

Now you know where you can find all the stolen items from inside the garage....

Jan said...

Amazon skunks? or racoons? What do skunks eat?

Anonymous said...

Might I suggest as an offensive weapon against the rabbit, the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch? (Consult the Book of Armarments for more info).

-CB

chi chi--Rodent slayer said...

Here's a really wicked but marvelously effective solution. Right outside the hole place a dish with several tablespoons of congealed bacon grease stuck to the bottom. Cover the grease with 1 part portland cement and 1 part white flour. Fill a second dish full of water and place it next to the first dish.

The portland cement will not only clog up the rodent's stomach and intestines but it will actually par-cook the lil bugger from the inside out. Concrete produces quite a bit of heat as it cures.

hahahahhaha