Mystery faeces

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Mystery faeces

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Our garden is fenced, so only animals able to wriggle under or jump over get in. In the last week something has dug holes about 6 inches deep and round, and pooped. Both times two holes in close proximity were dug but only one used. The stools are sausage shape and size. Any ideas? It's not a cat or dog.

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Re: Mystery faeces

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Most likely is a fox... picture?

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The stools look too big for a fox. All covered over now so no pics, sorry. I've never known such deep holes for poop.

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Re: Mystery faeces

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I'm glad the title has an 'e' in the first word.

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jsks wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:06 pm
I'm glad the title has an 'e' in the first word.
Comment?

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jsks wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:06 pm
I'm glad the title has an 'e' in the first word.
It has two - otherwise it would be facs.

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I think jsks was thinking more of the 'er' in the first word. The alternative doesn't bear thinking about.
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FrenchForumSurvivor wrote:
Wed Feb 05, 2020 6:39 pm
I think jsks was thinking more of the 'er' in the first word. The alternative doesn't bear thinking about.
I know he was! Still, mystery faces is a development on from the "Who is this" thread.

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Re: Mystery faeces

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Why take the piss when it's obvious what I'm talking about.

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