Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Nemesis # 2 vs. Hav-a-hart Live Trap


we are reaching the end of the line with my non-violent solutions to the rabbit problem i have in my front yard. the live trap will probably be the final challenger that does not involve some form of air rifle or gun. the nemesis # 2 has proven its adaptability, resilience, and ferocity, and if it does not go quietly by getting trapped inside of the cage pictured, i will be forced to violence. i have purchased the trap, will bait and set tonight. if there is any update tomorrow morning (and i certainly hope we will find one of these bastards in there) i will blog before i even check my work email tomorrow morning.

3 Comments:

At 12/28/2005 07:33:00 PM, Blogger Max Planck said...

Max Planck wants to know if you ever read a little classic by the name of Watership Down...

 
At 12/29/2005 06:06:00 AM, Blogger mikeandtim said...

i have not read Watership Down. should i? i set trap last night, saw rabbit right by trap eating grass circa 11pm, got up this morning and i had an empty trap. he didnt even touch the carrots or lettuce, i think he likes my grass better...

 
At 12/29/2005 09:03:00 AM, Blogger Max Planck said...

It's about rabbits. It's a parallel to the Napoleonic Wars, complete with a rabbit Napoleon. It might give you some Bill Murray/gopher insight into your issue. If there's one thing Caddyshack should have taught you, it's never underestimate the power of a burrower.

On a sidenote, perhaps you have tainted carrots and your rabbit felt he had to (oh oh), run away, he had to (oh oh) get away...

 

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