looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

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looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

Postby Elleria » Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:08 pm

hi,i know a lady that has two farms in
zeerust and shes looking for sumone that can remove snakes frm her farms..if anyone can help her out ect my no is 0829267013 and ill give u futher details..thankx.
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Re: looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

Postby gaboon69 » Wed Nov 19, 2008 10:27 pm

Hi Melissa.
Aai.
Its saddening when humans get to decide about the fates of animals in terms of land occupation.
Try to educate her about how snakes have a place in the bigger scheme of things by maintaining a natural balance.
I usually start off with the Grade 1 Biology approach.

Obviously the snakes should rather be peacefully removed if her ears are made of wood.
Good luck! :)
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Re: looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

Postby babyball » Wed Nov 19, 2008 10:32 pm

Surely the snakes should be left in peace as it doesn't sound like they are invading the house or anything? I don't believe that it would help removing the snakes as they would soon return, maybe not the same ones but others.....
So unless the snakes are posing a threat by entering the house I suggest they be left alone
Aren't snakes one of the things that comes with owning farms?
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Re: looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

Postby Sico » Thu Nov 20, 2008 7:47 am

i think you should charge her a small fee to remove all the snakes, at the same time dropping off a few rats. in a couple of months when she asks for you to remove the rats, oyu can sell her the snakes back at a very much inflated price. ;)
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Re: looking for someone to remove problem snakes in zeerust

Postby Death-Skull » Thu Nov 20, 2008 6:22 pm

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