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Date Posted: 06:08:23 09/17/12 Mon
Author: Dennis
Author Host/IP: celina-pppoe-1-50.dsl.bright.net /
Subject: Re: my flying squirrel has fell into my container of canola oil
In reply to: cindy 's message, "my flying squirrel has fell into my container of canola oil" on 15:10:05 08/05/12 Sun

This is an old post that I missed but I will answer anyway in case this happens to someone again. Use corn starch to absorb the oil and get most of it off of them. Any residue is not a problem as it is harmless for them to lick off.

>hi, my squirrels name is flipper and he is three years
>old. He somehow managed to submerge himself into a
>bowl of canola oil(not hot) that I neglected to cover
>before I let him out to fly. What is the safest way to
>remove this from him. I was afraid to use dawn
>without consulting someone. He is very agitated right
>now and trying to rub it off on anything.thank you for
>any help

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