Thursday, April 02, 2015

Its a rat trap - and you've been caught!


After taking this on Monday, good old ratty finally made his way into the live trap. It was duly moved on to pastures new about 5 miles away this morning. Good riddance!

6 comments:

abbey meadows said...

Did you drop it off at Alnwick castle?

John Wooldridge said...

Where there is one......

amanda peters said...

Next door have said they have seen a rat in there garden so I said I would cut back on bird feeding for a few days, this usually helps to move them on. On the TV last night there was a program on "Lady Killers" pest control run by women. There were a lot of rats to get rid of, moths and pigeons.
Not a fan of the rat...even though your photo makes it look kinda cute.
Amanda xx

Stewart said...

Nigel - I couldnt possibly comment. I dont even know if its legal!

John - Oh yes, I know...trap reset.

Amanda - Everything is a pest to someone. I try to live and let live, but an adult brown rat has no predators here...

The Liverbirder said...

Amanda Peters - Lady Killers. Moths?!?!? Really? Moth infestation? Someone who calls a controller out for one wee insect? What of spiders and woodlice? Unbelievable!

Stringer said...

I've got 3, I quite like them !

As has been mentioned, there are surely more out there to keep you busy. Be careful tho, you may become obsessed !!