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This is Stumpy - one of a few Stumpys who live in my garden. The ONLY critter I don't mind eating my strawberries.
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Phil - I did lock the cats up at night, true. I suppose cats kill at night and dogs during the day.
Christa - no dog food left outside here. Hugo just plains hates them for themselves. They would hide under the pots and general mess around my potting table and Hugo would actively go in moving stuff around to get at them.
Jeff - rats here dine on my seeds and seedlings. They're very health conscious.
If blue tongue lizard are eating dog food how much is being eaten by rats.
The blue tongue lizard would be hated by dogs as they often eat their dog food, and then they have to dodge whipper snippers etc. We leave pipes and hidey holes around the place for them to hid in. It would be a shame to see them swallowed up by suburbia with no backyards.
My dogs are far more murderous than my cats ever were. The poor cats get the bad rap though.
Lovely Barbara. As I've mentioned before my dogs kill these if they come into my yard :(
I think the Stumpys are all blue-tongues. They do a very good job on any slugs and snails around. They all seem to have those stumpy tails - probably as a result of run-ins with the many (6) dogs living in all the yards adjoining mine.
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