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She called again all fired up about her beaver being active again. I told her I would get right over there and take care of all her beaver problems no matter how long it took me. Stopped by yesterday and BOOM just like that I busted my first one really quick. It was a little young beaver and she was happy but I could tell she wasn't satisfied. I assessed the situation and decided I better give it another try. The second one took quite a bit longer but I was successful at getting it late last night. These were 2 of the smallest beavers I've ever had my hands on. She seemed pleased but I got an itchy feeling she's got more beaver problems than she letting on to.


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Murph, I wish I had your problem. Just last month the place next door sold, and I got to meet my new neighbor. She said she moved to this area from Austin. After talking to her for a while I determined that she was the kind of woman that LIKED beaver. I don't think she'll change her mind and ask for any help, so I guess I'll just keep reading about your adventures and be satisfied with that.
 

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It gets slippery sometimes if you have to go in deep to line up for just the right spot.
 

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She called again all fired up about her beaver being active again. I told her I would get right over there and take care of all her beaver problems no matter how long it took me. Stopped by yesterday and BOOM just like that I busted my first one really quick. It was a little young beaver and she was happy but I could tell she wasn't satisfied. I assessed the situation and decided I better give it another try. The second one took quite a bit longer but I was successful at getting it late last night. These were 2 of the smallest beavers I've ever had my hands on. She seemed pleased but I got an itchy feeling she's got more beaver problems than she letting on to.


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Murph..you are a sick pup..always look forward to your posts
 

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Murph,

Just wondering if there is an age limit on these small beaver??

I know in certain areas getting caught pounding an under-aged beaver will lead to some major butt hurt (especially after you are locked up with Bubba).

I am shocked that such small (young?) beavers are found with any hair on them. Is that a 'winter coat' thing in your neck of the woods??

EDIT - Oh, and that "itchy feeling" might require a trip to the doctor's office... crabs???
 
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Why do you wear rubber boots and gloves while handling the neighbor ladies small beaver?
From what I have been told you insert their back legs into the tops of the boots - keeps scared beaver from running away.

The gloves are to protect from leaving finger prints.
 
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Murph,

Does she also have a Cat problem? That’ll be an irresistible thread title :18:

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I'm getting envious of your beaver escapades!

But I do feel like you need more pictures of your neighbors beaver.

Wonder what her beaver tastes like?

I've never tasted a four legged beaver before.........

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Why do you wear rubber boots and gloves while handling the neighbor ladies small beaver?
I infer from his post that boots and gloves are not all that Murph should wear that's made out of rubber.
 
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