posted on Nov, 8 2013 @ 08:00 PM
Rat poison -- once upon a time -- was POISON........
But then, people took to using on each other. just a little daily dab in the Mr.'s coffee and eventually...
So now, most rodent poisons are anticoagulants, usually warfarin, aka Coumadin. Terrible way to die. They make rodents crash and bleed internally,
and the only antidote is Vitamin K. V-K is stocked by many veterinarians, because sometimes pets either eat the poisons or eat the critters that ate
So now there are rats that are immune to the anticoagulants? Hard to believe, but I suppose it's possible. It's also possible that the rats have
become aware that the rat poisons are not as wholesome as they smell. The blue blocks have an essence of coconut in them, and the D-Con type
pellets have an essence of grains.
Rats are wary, and pretty smart. I bet they have just become aware and have passed that awareness onto their offspring. "Hey! there's perfectly
good garbage over here to eat! Don't mess with those green pellets, they're nasty, and I hear tell Uncle Spud nibbled on some and he's never been
That's my theory anyway.