warning lables

They’ve been talked about here, especially the dumb ones, but I have one that is really needed.
On the hood of every car there should be a label that says
WARNING DEAD CAT MAYBE INSIDE
I think that says it all.
Bob making sawdust in Salem Or
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I had a rat set up house under the hood of my pickup truck, got hungry and ate thru one of the vacuum lines, darn transmission wouldn't shift gears worth a crap till I got it fixed.
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More to the topic of woodworking.
Had a mouse set up housekeeping in the dust collection tube on my JET belt/disc sander. S/he was home when I attached the collector. Lucky I have a chip drop prior to the impeller.

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George responds:

What a mess that would have been. Reminds me of a tale I heard many years ago--and a possible inducement for manufacturers adding inside latches for hoods. Someone was reputed to have been unhappy with a car dealer's treatment of him. Somehow got a dead skunk, placed it in a plastic bag and deposited it on top a loaner car engine one night. When that bag melted....
Charlie Self "Health food makes me sick." Calvin Trillin
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They should warn you about critters getting in to the house through your dryer vent. Had a bird come in that way, got himself stuck in the blower housing of the dryer and died. Took about a week of increasingly bad smell in the laundry room before we localized the odor, took apart the dryer, and found him.
Jerry
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