Having someone annoying visiting your home is awful, but at least, especially for you who suffer phobia about furry animals, you can still be grateful those guests are human.
I am going to tell you what just happened as it is! Something was scratching my leg. I thought it was a cat, but turned out it was a mole… Probably you don’t understand what I am saying, but neither do I…
The Twitter user found a mole in his room. On the second floor! He had no idea how it got there.
That mole ran so fast that it took me a lot of time to catch it.
Probably his cat brought the animal inside. The Twitter user must have had hard time chasing the mole to expel it outside.
But the mole wasn’t the only surprise the Twitter user had. Right after this incident, another surprising creature was present in his room.
You might think it is right on the heels of yesterday’s mole and it must be a lie, but there is a bat in my room.
The day after dealing with the mole, the Twitter user encountered a bat in his room. As people wonder why and how the bat came in, he was really upset, not knowing how to deal with it.
In conclusion, you should either wait quietly for the flying object to settle somewhere then catch it with a butterfly net or in my family’s case, put a newspaper shaped like a funnel on it rather than make the bat go to the exit and ‘fly away naturally’.
Not depending on the bat’s own action to get out, this is the quickest way to physically catch it and make it go, based on my own experience.
You may encounter another situation like this from now on, but it is unlikely if you have a screen door. Just in case this happens, use a butterfly net or newspaper to expel.
After 40 minutes of struggle, the Twitter user was able to get out of the bathroom where he was hiding from the bat and hoping it went away on its own.
You will probably never experience this, but if you do, be careful not to be bitten by a bat and calm down to manage the situation!!