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Johnny Rotten gets bitten by a flea...

I assume this would also theoretically work on bats?
Careful with bats, if I am not wrong in the UK some are protected species, if you have them in your attic you need to call in professionals, you just can't fumigate the buggers.

Like I say, I could be wrong and others more knowledgeable can give better advice but that is what I was told about 20 years ago when I had some in the place.
 

Gabion Groyne

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Careful with bats, if I am not wrong in the UK some are protected species, if you have them in your attic you need to call in professionals, you just can't fumigate the buggers.

Like I say, I could be wrong and others more knowledgeable can give better advice but that is what I was told about 20 years ago when I had some in the place.
They are protected (goodness knows why as there are millions of the wee buggers) which is why I said 'theoretically'. I try to ensure any gaps into my roofspace aren't bat sized as they can can make a hoora mess.
 
They are protected (goodness knows why as there are millions of the wee buggers) which is why I said 'theoretically'. I try to ensure any gaps into my roofspace aren't bat sized as they can can make a hoora mess.

Got a soft spot for bats. They eat mozzies and can be quite sociable laid back blokes. Wouldn't mind building a bat house near the pool to watch them in the evenings.
 

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