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  1. tsteve9999

    Window Cleaning

    it only takes him 10 mins or so and he does virtually the whole street in a day so he's on 15-18 quid an hour I reckon. not that shabby especially as its all cash in hand.
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    Window Cleaning

    I've been paying our window cleaner 3 quid a fortnight to do our house front and back for over 20 years now, it hasn't gone up once in all that time. He hasnt got one of those pole things, just an old fashioned ladder and cloth, but it works for him. He must be the only window cleaner in the country with a waiting list of people begging him to clean their windows
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    New to ferrets

    No noise at all other than a sort of quiet chatter occasionally, but they do smell no matter how many times you clean them out. Personally I don't mind it but most people do.
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    Tic's

    You could always try the "I found this poor little puppy at the side of the road" trick, in my experience once a pup is in the house not many women will turn it away..
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    Tic's

    If you've got cats or dogs I'd have thought they would get ticks easier than the ferts as they would be walking on the grass.
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    Falklands.

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    Tic's

    I had a spell last year where mine had a few even though it was out of season, and I found they were coming from a bale of hay I was using for their bedding. Never seen them on feet though, always on their heads and usually behind the ears.
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    Clay shooting

    The only one I've been to is Millride, and as Walshie says, you just pay your money and bang away.
  9. tsteve9999

    I've got a horrible feeling....

    I'm almost certain she's pregnant, she's as fat as butter. The only thing stopping me being 100% is that the other one isn't showing at all. Looks like I'll be out on the pigeons more than planned....
  10. That at least one of my jills is pregnant. I had my new hob done earlier in the year but one jill seems to be getting fatter by the day, and I've just heard her scratching about in the nest box as if shes making a nest. The other jill doesnt seem to be any fatter so maybe it's just a phantom pregnancy, but I've just held her up and she really does look up the duff. Anyone else had a vasecomy not work? And if so did the vets redo it free of charge or did you have to pay again?
  11. tsteve9999

    From Fierce To Friendly

    I had a jill from a mate like that last year and although I got her to the stage where I could handle her most days she would still take pieces out of my hand every few weeks. I kept her for 8-9 months but she never became fully tame and it was bloody painful too so in the end she was PTS. I take my hat off to you if yours was anything like her.
  12. tsteve9999

    Eu Polecat, Ferrets

    I saw either a polecat or the biggest ferret I've ever seen dead on the A5 last year. And last season one of the girls at a riding stables I ferret showed me a picture of 1 adult and 5 young that had been watching from a bramble bush You could only see their heads and I don't know if they were ferrets gone wild or polecats, but they were all polecat coloured, if they were ferrets I'd have thought at least one would have been different judging by the litters I've had.
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    Hob in season working

    If you mean 2 hobs together I'd say no chance at all.
  14. tsteve9999

    Eu Polecat, Ferrets

    I had a jill last year given to me by a mate that was the same. Totally unpredictable, she would be fine for a couple of weeks then bite me for no apparent reason, and when I say bite I mean it, she went down to the bone. I always thought I could tame any ferret but after 6 months of it I'd had enough and I ended up having her put down this year.
  15. tsteve9999

    Eu Polecat, Ferrets

    At a hundred and fifty pounds a pop I doubt it..
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