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Ratatonio!

Jennifer says:

O.O

OMG what is that?!?!

27th Jan 2006, 13:52

A large cat? A small dog?

27th Jan 2006, 13:57

Ace says:

thats ratatonio. we had to evict him with extreme force as he wasn't paying his rent and he kept nicking food, when i say food, i mean like whole meals.

27th Jan 2006, 14:03

Ace says:

the chances of anyone physically touching that thing was zero...

27th Jan 2006, 14:18

hes huge!!!!!!

27th Jan 2006, 14:27

James says:

I honestly thought when I first saw this and there were no comments it was a cuddly toy and you just had a very convincing look on your face...how wrong was I?!

28th Jan 2006, 11:09

Ace says:

this is so not cuddly its almost back round the other side to being cuddly.....

28th Jan 2006, 11:31

alfie says:

dude you so have to be kidding me, who does he belong to? And I mean come on! That things a mutant!!

Great to see you moblogging again Stevo, youll be at the bday bash right?

28th Jan 2006, 11:53

anonymous says:

that is so scary! ugh!

28th Jan 2006, 12:07

Twiglet says:

I know a thing or two about rats, great big, pampered overfed pet rats. But I've never seen anything like that, he's a monster!!

28th Jan 2006, 12:38

James says:

It looks like a wombat or something!?

28th Jan 2006, 14:11

alfie says:

is a wombat an actual thing?

28th Jan 2006, 20:02

Twiglet says:

Isn't a Wombat an Australian actual thing?

28th Jan 2006, 20:03

Ace says:

no, it can't be, its in my london kitchen. i thought it was a fruit bat to start with.


tip: if you think you have mice, don't leave advocados out. 6 of them will turn your mouse into ratatonio

28th Jan 2006, 20:14

Ace says:

and i'll be at the birthday, can't wait bitch!

28th Jan 2006, 20:16

anonymous says:

wow, that HAS to be a record....

Take that NYC rats!!

28th Jan 2006, 20:17

Twiglet says:

Seriously, if that's a species of wild brithish rat or mouse, forget the avacados, that boy's been at the steriods.

His front legs don't look at all mousey or ratty though. Could he possibly be someone's escaped exotic pet?

28th Jan 2006, 20:18

Ace says:

nah, its not a pet, it's a good old english rat. basically thats what happens when you give a rat unlimited food. bastard.

28th Jan 2006, 20:21

Dhamaka says:

yuegh. Better you than me. But good photo

28th Jan 2006, 21:53

FilbertFox says:

wow! And I thought the mice in our loft were bad, but that takes the biscuit (or the whole pack by the look of it)

28th Jan 2006, 22:15

Ace says:

in truth though i do miss him now he's gone

29th Jan 2006, 14:58

Rhys says:

Is it dead?
If it is how much poison did it need?!?

29th Jan 2006, 17:17

FilbertFox says:

i am currently trying to scare my mice away with soundwaves, with a little but not total success.

29th Jan 2006, 20:15

melissaamy says:

a few dead ones???? there were more?

29th Jan 2006, 20:28

melissaamy says:

I'd be a ballsy rat too if I were that big! I bully the hell out of everyone!

29th Jan 2006, 21:15

Ace says:

whoa! no, we didn't have 20 of those fuckers in our house, miss pretty pants dosent live with us!! bit of a wires crossed situation... jesus, how big would your house have to be to cope with 20 ratatonios???!

29th Jan 2006, 22:20

Ace says:

p.s. we tried a humane trap. the rat couldn't even fit its nose inside. so we went with good old fashioned brutal murder traps. sucess!

29th Jan 2006, 22:21

melissaamy says:

Oh thank goodness! I see where I became confused, and sorry for that, but IF that were you, I would have moved from the town. Those rats are effing freaks of nature...you should have it stuffed and displayed at a museum of natural freak shows!

29th Jan 2006, 22:26

Ace says:

actually it's buried in the garden. i made a tombstone for it. it kinda earned my respect. think i'm gonna take a photo actually...

29th Jan 2006, 22:27

Twiglet says:

I appreciate how unpleasant it is for those who find themselves with unwelcome rodent lodgers but can I please urge you all not to use glue traps. They are barbaric and there are campaigns up and running to ban their sale. There are much more humane methods about that work. Anyone wanting details of the campaign or glue trap alternatives, "speak" to me on my Moblog and I'll point you in the right direction.

30th Jan 2006, 12:19

melissaamy says:

oh I hate those traps...We have never had a problem with critters as long as we have had cats, and even loned her to my parents once when they had a mouse issue...took care of that too, and she got the little ego boost she needed as a kitty AND natural selection struck again!

31st Jan 2006, 00:09

melissaamy says:

oh and I meant to say, I would love to see the tombstone when you get the chance...I don;t think my cat had the skills to take that beast down, so poison was probably the best best as anyone who challenged that thing might have lost a finger, or an arm

31st Jan 2006, 00:10

Ace says:

the tomb: http://moblog.co.uk/view.php?id=126894
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glue traps would not have worked on ratatonio. it may of distracted him temporarily. its all about the little nipper traps. or big nipper in this case

31st Jan 2006, 10:34

Ace says:

ahh ratatonio... it's been a while since i saw this picture and it still freaks me out

9th Jan 2007, 16:33

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