Want to Know How to Get Rid of Rats Humanely? Ask the Peeman, like Jule Did
Posted by Jule Banville < WashingtonCityPaper.com/blog on Feb. 6, 2009 at 10:26 am
“Rats hanging out in cars and eating essential parts is a common enough problem in the District of Columbia. As City Desk previously chronicled, it happens in Adams Morgan. It happens at 15th and U. Kathryn Kailian, anesthetician who lives in Dupont Circle, had to take her car in six times for service because of rat damage. At one point, she submitted a claim for the $1,200 her dealership charged to completely re-wire her vehicle. "Our insurance company dropped us," she says.
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