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1 hour ago, dillydog said:

I don't like it but without it we lose permission,  essential pest control,  ugly at this time of year but 100% necessary. 

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Ive got to the point where I dont like killing anything these days unless its absolutely essential.Just part of getting older and hopefully a bit wiser I suppose.

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Just now, downsouth said:

Ive got to the point where I dont like killing anything these days unless its absolutely essential.Just part of getting older and hopefully a bit wiser I suppose.

I'm exactly the same mate, it's definitely an age thing

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1 hour ago, dillydog said:

Strangest artificials I've ever come across,  all on top of the ground with a pinch of soil that barely covers them, that's the depth of the bitch 😂

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No reason they shouldnt work though.Ive seen foxes using concrete cable troughs that run above ground on gas sites Ive worked on.Especially around the greater London area.

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3 hours ago, downsouth said:

No reason they shouldnt work though.Ive seen foxes using concrete cable troughs that run above ground on gas sites Ive worked on.Especially around the greater London area.

Found them in the concrete cabletrays along the old railway lines over the yrs..... Few weeks back the apprentice was mucking up where the water duct goes into the blockwork foundations on a site in Bristol.... Had the shock of his life when a scabby little vixen vacated the hole and ran across the site😂she's not to bothered by humans... Few lads sit feeding it at break times.... Weird cnuts👍

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4 hours ago, Daniel cain said:

Found them in the concrete cabletrays along the old railway lines over the yrs..... Few weeks back the apprentice was mucking up where the water duct goes into the blockwork foundations on a site in Bristol.... Had the shock of his life when a scabby little vixen vacated the hole and ran across the site😂she's not to bothered by humans... Few lads sit feeding it at break times.... Weird cnuts👍

f***ing things are like dogs on some of the old gas sites around London.You can walk to within a few yards and they dont move.We were conreting some bases on a site in west London last summer and and ha one sat on some grass watching us all day.The poxy thing even stretched out and had kip for an hour.Only thing that was stranger were the flocks of parakeets that kept landing in the trees.

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30 minutes ago, downsouth said:

f***ing things are like dogs on some of the old gas sites around London.You can walk to within a few yards and they dont move.We were conreting some bases on a site in west London last summer and and ha one sat on some grass watching us all day.The poxy thing even stretched out and had kip for an hour.Only thing that was stranger were the flocks of parakeets that kept landing in the trees.

Fckn foxes in London listen better than my fckn terriers

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