Tale of city rat, country rat harrowing

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Alberta Agriculture sets up special phone line to report rats: 310-RATS

Alberta Agriculture sets up special phone line to report rats: 310-RATS

A rat in a cage is shown Thursday, Nov. 4, 2004, in Elyria, Ohio. Agriculture wants to make it easier to report sightings of rats in the hope of keeping the destructive rodents out of the province. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/The Plain Dealer, Scott Shaw



Posted: Monday, October 26, 2015 3:31 pm

Tale of city rat, country rat harrowing

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This is the story of two rats, Rosie and Dick. Rosie was born in beautiful British Columbia and lived in a rural area where she raised many, many baby rats.

Rosie was happy living in rural B.C. until she read in The Daily Courier rats were welcome in the big city of Kelowna. The Courier reported the City of Kelowna does not plan to take an active role in helping eradicate rodents on private property. Coun. Gail Given, chairwoman of the Regional District of Central Okanagan board, said “Individual residents are responsible for their own rat control.”

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