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to not have dealt with the 2 dead mice out on the patio for at least an hour now.

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piratecat Mon 25-Aug-08 11:53:29

i cannot face it. and its raining.

bloody cat, has increased the hunting recently.

tiggerlovestobounce Mon 25-Aug-08 11:55:22

Perfectly reasnoable. I always try to leave it a bit just to make sure they are really dead. :-/

piratecat Mon 25-Aug-08 11:58:34

they are very dead, but still in tact, which tbh is worse than the bits in a way.

yesterday my cat sat outside the door scoffing a slow worm, then proceeded to oik it back up.

now that was revloting.

Lozza70 Mon 25-Aug-08 12:00:38

Don't you just love it when the cat does that. I always have to pluck up the courage to pick up the dead stuff!

TheHedgeWitch Mon 25-Aug-08 12:12:55

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pigleto Mon 25-Aug-08 12:14:19

If they are outside something will probably come and eat them if you leave them for a bit.

MatNanPlus Mon 25-Aug-08 12:15:56

Perfectly reasonable, at least when you HAVE to dispose of them they will be clean

piratecat Mon 25-Aug-08 12:27:38

lol @ clean.

i have dealt with them. they are in the bin.

dd said--'oh at least they will be warm in there mummy'

MatNanPlus Mon 25-Aug-08 12:28:52


solo Mon 25-Aug-08 12:31:25

When I came home from the weeks coastal holiday on Saturday, I was greeted by a dead mouse in the snappy trap. It stayed there for about half an hour, maybe longer whilst I plucked up the courage to get rid of it. UGH!!! had to go though.

LazyLinePainterJane Mon 25-Aug-08 12:52:09

[boak] at the slow worm.

Half a frog is pretty grim, so is the shock when they bring in a whole one and you don't realise until it jumps across your feet the next day. Talk about heart attack!! grin

pushchair Mon 25-Aug-08 13:01:17

I left a dead mouse out for two days once. It was on top of the shed. I thought I would leave it for DP [I know wimp!] then he got home from work late and the next day it was pissing it down so left it again.It was in classic dead mouse pose- on its back with legs in the air. Anyway overnight it disapeared! Always hoped it had been revived by rain.

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