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Bloody cat!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Get it off your chest' started by kal el, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. kal el

    kal el Posting Addict

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    the cat has been sitting watching under the fridge all day yesterday, got a bit suspicous, had a check and nowt. stupid cat.

    then, this afternoon she was banging about behind the settee, only to discover she was batting this litlle squatter.

    View attachment 100030 View attachment 100031

    is it a baby rat or mouse, looks like a mouse with the eye, ear and tail size but a rat with the face.

    cleaning and disinfecting now, cheers cat you absolute knobber.

    no animals received a darwin award in this case, :eek:
     
  2. Picklehoffer

    Picklehoffer Ministry of Foolishness

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    Mouse....probably. ;)
     
  3. kal el

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    looks more like a mouse but we had large roof/black rats in the loft a year or 2 ago. nitemare with toddlers running around.

    sick of my life at the minute
     
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    I reckon your cat brought you a present home ..... Bless em :)

    Last time ours did the mouse shot under the fridge and we couldn't find it! 6 months later the smell was terrible in the kitchen ..... I pulled the fridge out and looked but saw nothing . Bleached all over but the smell came back . Pulled fridge out again .... Saw what I thought was a loose wire ..... Ha was the mouse tail ! It had only gone and fried itself round the back !

    Pulled the crusty mouse off and bingo no more smell :)
     
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    Clever cat i say
     
  6. kal el

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    shes had another 3, spent most of yesterday disassembling the kitchen sealing and getting the ferret to patrol to which he instantly killed 1, so now if the cat starts chasing anything the can corner it and the ferret is brought in and cat is moved to a safe distance.

    we had rats in the loft a couple of years back, which were shot and trapped then the ferrets had a run about with their bedding put down then boarded out, no probs until these b*****s claimed squatters rights in the kitchen.
     
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    We have them at the far end of the garden, where the neighbouring properties all join. I kill about 1 a week from my back bedroom. Great fun as they are small and fast moving.
     
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    Looks a bit ratty to me.
     
  9. kal el

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    im begining to think rats, they have dark fat scaly tales like rats. all the mice i have seen have long thin ones, had 5-6 now
     
  10. kal el

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    but they do look hybridised, or ive never seen baby rats for years.

    problem is we have a few take aways, 3 pubs and a busy high street within 500 yards of our house
     
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    Kal el ,
    I no what your feeling mate my daughter has a cat in the last 6 wks it's brought in **** loads of worms 4 mice 1 baby sparrow 1 baby bluetit and 2 frogs it's getting a joke
    we put a bell on its coller so it started with the frogs
     
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    Don't kill it, that thing can defy gravity. It'll be worth millions for scientific research.

    Dave
     
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    ha ha its a mind trick dave, i even kept the water from dripping
     

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