Oh, this was three years ago. I wonder how Pepe is doing now.
Coons are not much of a problem in the garden; but they can be a problem around the home. They scatter trash, eat dog and cat food, and can be dangerous to dogs and cats. They get into places we do not want them, including basements, attics, and even our homes. Once inside, they can cause significant damage.
That is why they sometimes need to be trapped. No one wants to do it, but it is sometimes necessary.
One problem that we did not consider when putting out a trap for a coon who was getting into the trash was that we might not actually catch the offending coon. Actually, not catching the coon was not as much of a problem as who we caught instead.
Pepe got to the trap first.
Pepe was none too happy about it.
Neither were we.
You see, Pepe, who is difficult to see…
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