Fleas and mosquito bite
SUNSOL at prodigy.net
Sun Apr 9 10:05:05 EDT 2000
I recommend Program. Get it from the vet. It takes awhile to work, but it is
Anthony W. Cynor <acynor at fullerton.edu> wrote in message
news:38EFC863.7DF5B5A6 at fullerton.edu...
> Oh yes, there probably are a number of them in the area. Never could
> get rid of them until we tried this. Wear white shoes, socks and pants.
> Get some duct tape and fold it sticky side out. Walk around and see
> where the fleas jump up on you. Swat em with the sticky tape! Keep
> doing that with lots of tape and you may get rid of them since they seem
> to be in certain areas. Me and a friend of mine got rid of them that
> way although it took about three weeks. Never seen em again. Hope your
> property is not too large!
> Check out your friends diet and perfume regarding the mosquitoes.
> Dave Clermont wrote:
> > There must be someone out there that can explain the reason why i am
> > the ultimate victim for those bloodsuckers
> > My cats brought fleas inside and i am litterally eaten alive by those
> > little stingers (most concentrated on the legs)
> > If i were to be with 5 different person with 1 mosquito in the room,
> > it will go for me
> > Same for fleas : i am covered with bites and my girlfriend will not
> > have 1 single bite , while i get drained out of my blood!
> > There must be a difference in my blood (blood type, SUGAR, OR PROTEINS
> > , OR???) or in my natural body scent, but i cannot find any infos
> > about it , and then the ultimate question ::
> > HOW DO I GET RID OF BEING THEIR FAVORITE MEAL?
> > IS THERE SOME KIND OF REPELLENT?OR THINGS I SHOULD AVOID EATING OR
> > START EATING??
> > I will get rid of them with a exterminator but i want to know how to
> > avoid being the first one on their menu , all the time
> > Thanks for anyone that will come up with the divine answer to this
> > intriguing question
> > Dave (scratching like a sandblast)
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