- Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet
- Do read the label on the box which in bold letters read “DO NOT USE TO REMOVE SQUIRRELS, BATS OR BIRDS.”
- Moth balls do get rid of squirrels in the attic (temporarily) while poisoning the humans and giving them cancer.
On a side note, I’m having awfully good memories of visiting Great-grandmother’s house.
Update: About 5 hours later the house doesn’t stink any longer.
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5 days later and I still have a headache
[…] Last year we had some unwelcome guests, two squirrels in the attic. I ran us out of the house by converting our home into the sweet smell of my grandmother’s closet. By the end of the summer, the moth ball smell had final dissipated and the critters had not returned. When this year’s cold came, so did our boarders. All day today I’ve heard scampering in the bedroom. I finally figured it out! We have squirrels in the woodstove! My solution? I grabbed a string of firecrackers, lit it and threw it in. Unfortunately, I have to come realise that my woodstove is more of a crab trap for squirrels than a home. Now I have a trapped and very frightened squirrel. It is Christmas. Maybe I’ll name him Ches and simply light a fire… […]