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- are you suggesting I feed the rat to the Camry in a sort of blood-pennance?
- I don't know how long it would take to dissolve in the tank
- but the fats (oils) of the rat do contain BTUs, however I do not know how much rat-oil equates to say a teaspoon of petrol.. :(






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Hm, I was thinking more like contact one of those companies that'll crush your ashes after cremation into a diamond, see if they'll take a bucket o' rats and try to accelerate turning them into petrol (ratrol). Well, crude oil, anyway

Here's one: https://www.lifegem.com/
 

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My battles here have been with squirrels...
Specifically hickory nuts in the breather on my '78 Chevy pickup.
I would gladly contribute squirrels to the gem/petrol research!
 

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... they still keep coming...

- think this is rat #24
- Catsy is learning...
- She has taken a liking to the outdoors
- she is practicing brining me the dead rat caught in the trap...
- rat nests are still on the car engines (on the valve covers)















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Hope your kitty doesn't turn into a South American Dictator!!

(if rat had the Junta Virus!)
"aerosolized rodent excreta or rodent bites are the only known routes of transmission to humans" -- wiki


- im not sure how I would come into contact with aerosolized rodent excreta... or how that even happens in general
- cat getting bitten is a posibility
- but arent kitties immune?




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