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9 June 1999 Issue

Havahart

Everyday there is an increasing number of interactions between humans and
animals, wild and domestic. As the human population expands into the wilds
of suburbia, the animals continue to reside in their existing habitats. In
actuality, animal life thrives. The raccoon never found dinner so quickly as in
your oh-so-near trash can. Rabbits dine quite heartily on the fresh sprouts
from your luscious garden. Squirrels, well, let's just say they have a
penchant for eating more birdseed from your feeders than the birds. So
how do we entice the wildlife we want and control the animals that leave us
feeling frustrated?

Havahart recognizes the increasing interactions with our new found neighbors
and offers not only solutions for controlling these interaction but also products
to enhance your enjoyment. For many years Havahart has provided products
to improve the quality of your pet's life and now a new line of feeders and
houses for wild birds expands our mission of Caring Control for Small Animals.

To learn more about this cruelty free trap please visit the Havahart Website at:

Caring Control for Small Animals such as racc...
http://www.havahart.com/

 

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