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Urgent Message from Colleen

From: Sue
Sent on: Wednesday, August 20, 2008 11:44 PM
My apologies if this is a mis-use of this forum. I also apologize that this is coming so late. This is the first chance I've had to pass it along. Sue

I have some sort of a critter trapped in the exhaust vent of my stove. The pest control services are telling me to seal up the room, open an outside door, take the hood completely off the wall, and the critter will come out, seek sunlight, and scurry outside. I'm not real comfortable doing this by myself...

Would you mind sending this to the group to see if someone would be willing to help me do this tonight? I live in Cary, close to Whole Foods at Waverly Place. The critter has been there since yesterday about 11:00 AM. It is probably a bird, squirrel, or bat. I can also do this tomorrow morning, but don't know if whatever it is will still be alive.

Thanks much!


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