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a certain kind of thief

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by dylan, Mar 12, 2014.

  1. dylan

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    my lad had is ferret pinched over the weekend ,this is not the first we had them pinched , its happen a few times now ,I cant under stand why anyone would go to the trouble of climbing over a barb wire fence and risk getting caught for a ferret that you could buy for less than a tenner ,
    saying that this one was a bit more tidy than the others not chucking things all over ,he even put the latch back on the cage door
     
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    Awful news mate, I really don't understand why people will do this sort of thing.... Is your lad ok mate, we had two that in all fairness escaped, they were bought for our son but he lost interest very quickly so my wife took them on. She was scared of them at first but very quickly come to love them, they even had the run of the house for a while, she was heart broken when she found them gone..
     
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    yes lads seems fine ,will try and source him one over the next few week
     
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    Fair play dylan, most importantly hes ok.... Still, there are some spiteful people around, why someone would chose to steal someones pet is beyond me... Hopefully they had at least a nip from the ferret, I got bit by the wifes a couple of times, not really recommended.
     
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    Bad news Dylan, they want there fingers chopping off the thieving rats. Atb Paul.
     
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    Worked in Saudi for nearly 3 years and they chop hands off over there for theft - shame we don't do the same!
     
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    Get yourself some poacher mines.
     
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    Hear hear
    Would happily volunteer to do the job and wont mention what i would do to peado's ;)
     
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    This! They don't half scare people in the dead of night not expecting one to go off!

    set up a retractable trip wire and attach it to the mechanism each night after traffic has ceased!
     
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    You can also make a trigger using the same trip to set of a camera flash that's mounted at eye height. That way the little sods will be scared cackless and temporarily blinded, which makes for more fun all round.
     
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    yes would be nice if it locked on his throat
     
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    sound like a plan ,are could put a few rats in that caught in live trap that would keep me chuckling for a day or two
     
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    that would work well with a couple nail boards ,he d look like a blind man on a set of ski:D
     
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    If you ever catch him bring him our way we,ll put him in with the 23 we have in our rescue let that lot have a nip or 2 of the robbing little scum bag.If me and Tigger could help you out we would but we are way down in Essex hope you have luck finding one.
     
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    Get yourself a dog.
     
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    ive had mine knicked before, would love to get a hold of the **** that did it, make him change his mind about thieving off others
     

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