Rustling in the walls
“There’s a party going on around here”
Confidence in numbers
Why hide anymore?
Objects become vermin cesspools
reaking sewers of
babies, cousins, great-grandparents
There have been too many creature comforts.
Exterminator is not as successful
as one would hope.
Carpets ripped up
Insulation pulled out
Clean. Clean. Clean
Bleach billows in the mist.
Can anyone lend a cat?
(Helping a relative clean up after an infestation. Huge, very expensive, disgusting job!)
Oh boy.. I’d lend mine.. but he’s adverse to ‘work’
Yes. My daughter has one, but it only catches spiders. Mice are simply observed.
Yuck! New York city has a serious rat infestation problems.
Rats are on the subway tracks and platforms. As you enter and exit the subway stations rats are right along side you nor are they afraid of humans. New York city rats are bigger and larger than most cats.
My Brooklyn neighborhood is afflicted with large numbers of rats. I have contacted my elected officials. Hopefully action will be taken.
Yikes! At least these are only mice (and not at MY house!!). I’ve only seen one wild rat, a small one in Vancouver’s Stanley Park. I’m going over help with cleaning later today. Miserable work the little beasts cause! (Because of bulk food stored in bags instead of sealed jars).
My cat Sylvester deals with mice very well but New York city rats are bigger and larger than most cats. Since I work at night during the spring and summer months the rats are swarming around the subway stations and streets. It’s really disgusting and an obvious health hazard.
Rodents need thanksgiving too 🙂
The shrieks of the poisoned vermin still echo. It’s been 26 years, almost, since we left Jeju.
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I hope you survived unscathed!
At least they’re house mice not deer mice, so we should be Hantavirus free.
Watching the little rodents scurrying across a playground once I think it’s a thing to take seriously.
They’re so cute. But, YIKES! What a mess!
This is a hoot!