How does one go about...

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    ...bribing an owl that you can hear, but can't see? There's one that hangs out across the street. Can hear him every night (toight included), and I decided I want him to live in my yard. I've thought about putting Skittles out as bait, but that just seems wrong. :D
     
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    You cut erect a huge dead tree with holes in it !:lol:
     
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    I wonder how many people think you're talking about candy, and not your pet! :rofl:



    I would still take Skittles over the Owl in a cage match fight! :cool:
     
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    So would I. I watched her chow down a whole glove of garlic without wincing.

    Messed up cat.
     
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    Owls primary food is rodents. So you might keep several families of mice arround the house. Skittles would probably appreciate that, also.:lol:
     
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    Mine likes angel food cake.
     
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    Yeah, no. I think I'll just listen to the cute little thing from across the street.

    At least the mice I used to have for my snake were frozen. Pop a mouscicle from the freezer the night before, feed him, and done. Easy peasy.

    And Skittles doesn't need anymore food.
     
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    Cranberries (dried and fresh), banana peels, onions, garlic, popcorn, skittles, bread, peanut butter, Crystal Light, and the list goes on.

    I finally found ONE thing she won't stick in her mouth.

    Coffee.

    She DOES try to bury it, tho. :doubt:
     
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    Mouse-flavored Skittles?
     
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    She might have been using it to clean up her digestive tract.

    Garlic is a natural antibiotic
     

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