e_moon60 (e_moon60) wrote,

Wildlife indoors...

...belongs outdoors.

My goal, as a wildlife manager, is to have as much wildlife as the land can sustain outside, and as little as possible inside.  This applies especially to things that sting, bite, eat holes in stuff, make scary noises in the middle of the night, squish when you step on them, hurt when you step on them, stink, render food inedible (don't ask) or otherwise bother me.  Outdoors is all theirs.  In here...they shouldn't venture.

Tags: indoor/outdoor, wildlife

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