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    Best keep an eye on those pints lads.....the Seagulls are on the lash


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    Could get messy...... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-44736447

    And lasses.... sorry forgot how partial you are to a pint these days

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      Feckin right we are, Seagulls.

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      I bet most of them are under age too.
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      A lot of birds are desperate for fresh water to drink, due to having no rain. I saw a seagull drinking from a cleaning bucket in Brighton station yesterday. I just hope there was no cleaning fluid in it.

      I've put an old washing up bowl out, in my garden with some stones in it, so wildlife can get some water.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Bolt View Post
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      A lot of birds are desperate for fresh water to drink, due to having no rain. I saw a seagull drinking from a cleaning bucket in Brighton station yesterday. I just hope there was no cleaning fluid in it.

      I've put an old washing up bowl out, in my garden with some stones in it, so wildlife can get some water.
      Have you put up sign? Maybe the “Crow & Antler” or the “feathers”?

      Seriously though good for you, times are tough for our wildlife especially just now. We have been working on a wildlife pond for a couple of years now but made a wonderful “error” by getting a shepherd puppy 18 months ago. Spends more time in the pond than the paddling pool we bought them - giving up till next year once he grows up a bit!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Bolt View Post
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      A lot of birds are desperate for fresh water to drink, due to having no rain. I saw a seagull drinking from a cleaning bucket in Brighton station yesterday. I just hope there was no cleaning fluid in it.

      I've put an old washing up bowl out, in my garden with some stones in it, so wildlife can get some water.
      That sounds like a good plan. My cat is certainly suffering at the moment too, even to the extent this morning of him jumping into the bath and lapping up the excess water before it disappeared down the plug hole.
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      RSPCA officer Clara Scully said: "They've really been suffering with hangovers after a gulls' night out."
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      That sounds like a good plan. My cat is certainly suffering at the moment too, even to the extent this morning of him jumping into the bath and lapping up the excess water before it disappeared down the plug hole.
      My two cats have a bowl of water which is changed free every day. They prefer to drink the stale water outside in the washing up bowl. It's probably the taste of fluoride, they don't like. I put the stones in the bowl as one side so if any small animal falls in they can escape.
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      My two cats have a bowl of water which is changed free every day. They prefer to drink the stale water outside in the washing up bowl. It's probably the taste of fluoride, they don't like. I put the stones in the bowl as one side so if any small animal falls in they can escape.
      Not sure where you live, but Southern Water doesn't add fluoride to the water supply. There will be some naturally occurring fluoride, but the levels are super low. Do you mean chlorine?
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      Not sure where you live, but Southern Water doesn't add fluoride to the water supply. There will be some naturally occurring fluoride, but the levels are super low. Do you mean chlorine?
      Quite probably. Whateve it is the cats don't like it.
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