Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Residents Quietly Worry About the Animals Among Us

        That city residents would feel the need to trap skunks speaks to the concern people quietly feel over the high incidence of rabies in the county. Children at a back yard party or pets. It's all something you have to consider when strange acting animals roam city streets.
      The skunk captured at 259 Mullin Street (a vacant house) does not appear suspicious and will be released by the property owners who captured it using a borrowed live trap.
       A larger skunk they were worried about still roams, although frankly there is no one to call to ask what to do.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Call the firemen, they have plenty of manpower each shift and its about time we got something for our tax dollars.

Anonymous said...

Could we get them to do that to SG and release him into another city?

Anonymous said...

I have a live trap,and used it to rid my property of about a half dozen of them,it is not hard if you research the method.Set the trap,drape a covering over it when the animal is faced away,then quietly transport it and release.Not hard to do at all.

Anonymous said...

There are enough fleshy, two-legged "strange acting animals roaming city streets" that we don't need the four-legged furry ones added into the mix.