Yeah, that's what I think I have to do but what a pain. I hope I can get it out of this cage w/o getting bitten. Animal control actually came out and looked at it but said they don't mess with rats. She gave me ideas of how to put the poison down without harming pets or kids but I don't like the idea of a slow painful death.
Relocating almost never works. Maybe the same rat won't make it back to your place but, by getting him out of there, you just opened his territory for another rat to move in. You can't win that way.
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