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[RC] A cage for Numb Nuts - k s swigart

Tori said:

I was advised to place the ring in some sort of cage
?that can be attached to the side of the trough so
?Numb Nuts won't eat it. So, my new question regarding
?these little rings is, "Any ideas for a cage?"
As an addendum to the question, it is worthwhile to note that Numb Nuts has 
been known to remove the float valve things that are attached to the side of 
water troughs and turn them into fun toys (it is unclear as to whether he does 
this because it is there and he can, or if he gets some kind of satisfaction 
out of spraying water all over the ground after successfully removing the float 
valve from the side of the water trough.
If he is doing it because it is there and he can, then whatever cage that is 
designed to protect the monquito dunk needs to be able to withstand the efforts 
of an individual who will be determined to turn it into a toy.
Orange County, Calif.

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