How do you remove a rat stuck in a dumpster?
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If you have spotted a rat in a dumpster and you fancy doing your good
deed for the day, you’ll be happy to know that it is actually easier
than you’d think to get it out. You just need to put something down to
allow the animal to get itself out, and this can often be something as
simple as a well-placed piece of wood.
The thing with a dumpster is that the sides are smooth, and the rat has
no way of getting its claws into something to help haul its furry little
butt out. If you were to put some fabric up the sides, and also so that
it drapes out of the dumpster a little bit, and then left the rat alone,
there’s a good chance it would scamper out of its own accord. You don’t
actually need to do much for the animal to help the little guy out.
As much as you may want that rat to die in that dumpster, is it really
necessary? By just moving a simple pieces of wood, or something else
that the rat can grip onto, towards the edge of the dumpster so that it
can run up, along, and then out – it takes just a moment out of your
day, and doesn’t really cause you to put any undue stress or strain on
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