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Should you contact the local Fire Department if you think a wild animal is trapped in a vent or pipe of your house?

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2007-03-14 01:48:06
2007-03-14 01:48:06

First look in your phone book and see if you have an Animal Control agency. It will probably be located in the Government section of your phone book, usually under County. If you have an Animal Control agency, then call them first. If not, then yes, I would probably call the Fire Department next (but not 911).

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