Would mayonnaise work for removing tree sap from animal's fur?
Maybe, but try this: rub PEANUT BUTTER through the fur. This works for hair as well. And to get the peanut butter out, just use your regular shampoo.
Unless you can prove that the neighbor was negligent by not removing the tree then your insurance pays for your damage. For negligence to occur the neighbor would have to know that the tree was dead and about to fall on your property. Usually you would have had to notify your neighbor in writing of the tree's impending falling for them to be liable.
Many different animals will eat Pacific Tree Frogs, including giant water bugs, beetles, snakes, cats, skunks, fish and bullfrogs. The activities of people can also harm pacific tree frogs. For example, destroying wetlands to build malls or other buildings hurts pacific tree frog populations by removing their breeding habitat.
This is the same situation as in the house question. If a storm causes a tree to fall and it hits your car then your car insurance will be the only avenue to pay for damages to your vehicle. The only way the neighbor could be at fault is if the tree was dead and if the neighbors knew it was dead and did nothing about removing the tree. You would have needed to send…
the animals living in that tree would have no where to go and if there were special plants growing under the tree they would probably die because after that tree gets the nutrients it needs to survive when it is done with that nutrients it will send it back into the Earth which will give those plants the nutrients they need to survive plus cutting down the tree would do a bunch of destructive things…
Why can community assistants not remove totally useless categories from the Wikianswers category tree?
We have a process that we go through to decide which categories to add and remove. If it is decided that a category is not needed, the proper people remove it. It is that way because if all CAs were adding and removing categories, the category tree would be a mess, which would reflect poorly on the site.