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We had a bat in the house. Ayesha ran upstairs, leaving it to me and the dogs

Now, the big outside dogs were just standing at the open back door oafishly offering, "You want us to come in and eat your food. The bat will never see it coming." The indoor dogs wouldn't lift a finger, so I opened the front door. The bat finally left. It took about a half hour. Fun times. Bats are cool. We have about three or four that come out around dusk and clean up the bugs in the air. I often watch them from the tree-house porch. This is the first time I had one in the house though.


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