May 25, 2015


By Doug Speirs

Columnists

Attic-squatting squirrel poses mortal danger

I'll be sipping mai tais in Hawaii while a real hero deals with vermin

Dealing with uninvited guests, such as squirrels, should be left to trained professionals in order to avoid tragedy for amateurs.

KELLY HUMPHREY / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVES

Dealing with uninvited guests, such as squirrels, should be left to trained professionals in order to avoid tragedy for amateurs.

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