Bunny Trouble: Meet The World’s Most Adorable Home Property Invaders

One of the great universal truths of life is that if you see one rabbit in your backyard, you’re really seeing three rabbits in your backyard. In the split second it took your eye to track and zero in on the one rabbit, two others have hopped out of your peripheral vision. As true as Bugs Bunny loves carrots comes this nugget: No American family has ever had just one rabbit living in its...
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An Expensive Squirrel Home Invasion Story

No joke, folks: Beware the home-wrecking fury of a flying squirrel. These nut-loving rodents with long tails can do a ugly damage number to your house to the tune of upward of $2,000. Squirrels love to break into homes through small openings on the outside of the house in your foundation, siding, roofing, or anywhere they can pull a Danny Oceanesque break in. Squirrels can gain entry through a...
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America’s Most Dangerous Home Pest Invaders

Unfortunately, these home pest invaders don’t announce their arrival with a public health warning. Home insect invaders have worse personal hygiene habits than Pig Pen and a houseful of fraternity brothers. The creatures crashing at a landfill have more respect for their surroundings than insects do for the property and health of their unsuspecting hosts. And virtually no American home is...
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