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Jun 14 2019

PETA Explains How to Trap Rats

PETA does more than entertain us with tasteless public spectacles. For example, on a page entitled “Living in Harmony With Rats,” it offers helpful advice on how to trap rats that have infested your home or business:

Be sure to check the traps hourly! The little animals will be hungry, thirsty, and frightened, and they may die if left in the traps too long. Traps should be disabled when not in use and during cold weather. Release rats within 100 yards of where they were caught.

Rats spread bubonic plague, so this advice will be especially useful for Los Angeleans.

On a tip from Sean C.



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