Effective last July, the state of California banned the sale of dCon rat poison to the general public. According to the Center for Biological Diversity’s website, “this super-toxic anticoagulant rodenticide interferes with blood clotting, resulting in uncontrollable bleeding that leads to death.”
It’s known to be extremely harmful to birds of prey, wild mammals and household pets that eat the weakened rats that have ingested this poison, often causing them to bleed out a...
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