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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

CBS: Dangerous animals escape Ohio preserve

Tigers and lions and bears, oh my! I certainly hope they know how many dangerous animals they are looking for and can stop them dead in their tracks, so to speak. It is not going to be easy, but who knows; come lunch time they all may gather around the watering hole.

That would make the catching a whole lot easier, but the problem would be finding out where the watering hole is. The Ohio residents would probably benefit by emptying their bird baths, pools, and fixing any leaking outside faucets. In other words: narrow the list down as much as possible.

It is also best keeping doors and windows shut; imagine coming home after a hard day of work and finding your fridge raided and your couch taken up by a big cat. That is not going to be an easy eviction.

The last thing you want to do is grab the tiger by the tail, because by doing that you will be biting off more then you can chew and you are ensuring that it will come back to bite you.

Yes, more then it can chew!

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