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I have a friend who is terrified of rodents. He has a list of them that he keeps on his phone. He has a lot of them, but he won’t put up with them very long. For the past year or so, I have been using rodent tape to keep his house rodent free. I have had it for about a year and haven’t had any problems.
The last time I used rodent tape, I had a cat that was on the other end of the tape. I had it for almost a year. During that time the cat chewed through my tape, and the tape eventually was completely rusted and needed to be replaced. In my defense, I have a very hard time keeping rodents out of my home.
A lot of people think that rodents cause everything from problems to accidents, cancer to death. That’s just not true. Mice and rats are also predators, and they can chew and chew and chew until they get their teeth all chewed out. It can take weeks or months for a rat to completely disappear from a rodent-free home.
While this is a true story, I have to admit I was shocked by the number of rats in my home when I last checked. It seems to me that you can only keep so many rats in a home, but at least we have anti-rodent traps that are effective. In fact, I keep a nice set of traps all over my property and have set them off to several rats in the past year. The biggest problem is just the sheer number of rats.
I hate to be that guy, but I really do wonder. I’m not sure how these traps work in terms of what they will catch, but if they do catch a rat, I’m not sure it’s a good thing. Especially since most people I know who have them are happy with the results. I’m sure that’s just my opinion, but I have seen too many cases where traps fail to catch a rat, and that often involves a lot of them running away from the traps.
I know I’m not the first one to talk about rats, but I think the reasons why rats are important in terms of exterminating can be traced back to the Middle Ages when rats were thought to be a sign of plague. So when rats aren’t being hunted, they’re seen as a source of food. This would be similar to what’s happening in the news these days, where rats are being used as a political tool to keep citizens in line.
And so the latest rat-related news comes to us from the UK, where a new ‘viral’ tape has emerged claiming to show rats as a plague-related threat. It’s not clear what the tape is trying to prove, but I’d wager it’s either a virus or some other disease that the rats are eating. The video, released by the British Army, is just a few minutes long, but it’s pretty creepy.
The truth is, rats are actually quite a rare and dangerous predator. In fact, they’re one of only a few animals that can kill a human through the mucous membrane of the mouth. That said, they don’t actually pose any threat to humans. In fact, they can act quite altruistically when you’re around them. A rat could live in your home and sleep on your bed. For example. They are also very intelligent, and they can eat a lot of your own food.
The problem is that most homeowners dont believe that they are a rat. This makes it very difficult for them to put rat repellent in their yard or even to get rid of their rats. The good news is that it doesn’t seem like the Army is going to do a lot of harm to rats. The bad news is that rat repellent is extremely difficult to apply to the mucous membrane of the mouth – and that means that its not very effective.
The Army is using something called rodent tape. This is a very thin film that is applied to the rodent’s body, and is supposed to be quite effective. The problem is that the Army is not very good about finding rat repellent products (many of them, like cat food, come with a chemical called ‘dextrose’ which has a tendency to bind up the rat in a sticky mess). Another problem is that rodent tape can be expensive.