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Noticed this morning that Ess's rat was still on his sacrificial alter. Odd! Then I noticed his door was open 6 inches.
And he was gone!
I tore the balcony to pieces, pulled the spa filters to bits, turned the inside of the house upside down (our front doors are always open) BUT NOTHING!!! Pulled the pot plants apart, dismantled the bookshelves!
we are on the top floor (4 floors) so I ran around in the gardens downstairs STILL NOTHING!!
....sitting on the couch in utter despair I noticed an old cardboard tube leaning against the wall. Looked through and it was blocked! Got a torch out to see a familiar little pink nose and what appeared to be a thin smile.
Ess is for escapologist! What a relief I found him! And it wasn't me who left the door open....but...all's well that ends well.This is the voice of sand.... there is far more sea than land. Pere Ubu
smack his little b.m! glad you got him back, it is nerve racking!
- 21-May-12, 05:59 PM #3
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Lets hope that is the end of his Ess-capades
So glad you found him
If you throw stones make sure you dont live in a glass house
Naughty little....pink worm !!!I shall call him Squishy and he shall be mine and he shall be my Squishy. Come on, Squishy Come on, little Squishy...Ow. Bad Squishy, bad Squishy.....
NUP. Live and learn.
Darlyn opened the left door (inserted rat) and closed the right! Simple mistake with sliding doors and highly unlikely to recurr. She even checked him out before her 6am shift this morning and he was perched on the rim of his swimming pool as usual. I found him gone 2 hours later so really he had all night to get out but didnt bother until the sun came up.
I'm so glad I found him. He's a ripper young fella and I really want see his offspring!This is the voice of sand.... there is far more sea than land. Pere Ubu
- 21-May-12, 09:59 PM #9
I think most of us have been down the "destroy the house for the escapee" path of destruction before3 x childreni, 1 x spotted, 1 x Georgetown Stimsoni, 1 x Murray Darling, 1 x Central Beardie and from the 5/5/13 2 Shingleback babies I'm here to help, not judge..like others enjoy doing MAD MINI WOMAN! Hot bricks ROCK!
It was me! Guilty!
I screwed up.
Feel dreadful, but happy that he was found in a great hiding place.
Might get him out for a game of hide and seek, apparently he is pretty good at it.Everyone criticizes the Salem Witch Trials, but we haven't had a witch attack in over 200 years. ~ Some bloke on twitter
You guys are so lucky finding the little fella. I lost my olive yearling in much the same way but he never made a re-appearance. I was distraught, I'd never seen a temprament like his straight out of the box, literally a gentle giant, until my little Albino Darwin that is.
She's awesome and I'd still be beating myself up if I lost her.
Anyone seen a free range Olive Python in the Northern Suburbs...lol.... He'd be over 2m by now.“The Cops said my dog was chasing a kid down the road on a bike and I said rubbish, he doesn't even own a bike.”.
1 B/G Jungle (F), 2 Darwins (Albino F and 100% Het M), 2 Coastals (M&F), 1 BHP (F)
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