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Stu Mathison
4 months ago

Concerning the mouse/rat trap. It is much kinder to have the rodent suffer an instantaneous death by way of snapped vertebrae or spinal cord than struggle against a tightening zip tie and slowly strangle or starve to death. The video rewound before showing the agonizing end of the rat. And who in their right mind would grab a struggling rodent, house it for a while until a friendly farmers field field shows up.

I don’t like them in my living space anymore than the next person and set traps when necessary but this method is inhumane and should not be done. I hope the inventor reads this and re-thinks the solution.

John Macatee
4 months ago

Good morning/afternoon/evening!!
Well I’ve been enjoying the RV Travel Newsletter for approximately 9 months, as we purchased our 1st travel trailer 9/21/19. I have been on the fence regarding the option of free vs paid subscription for this newsletter. Well I’ve made up my mind today for 2 reasons, 1st this newsletter is informative, entertaining, and pretty much non political, 2nd in your response to disgruntled “Don” you said
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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  John Macatee

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