Are you a bug saver or a bug squasher? I challenge you, lovely friend of the Gumby Legacy, to learn from this post and ALWAYS rescue trapped moths, spiders and other nunu’s from now on.
This post has a step-by-step guide on how to remove all small creatures without harming them or you so you have no excuses!
You in? Read on….
As I was getting ready for bed last night, I thought I heard what could have been a moth fluttering by a light… Looked for it but couldn’t find it. Bit concerned it might start looking for food and start chewing my dolls clothes (my handmade, silken clad, antique reproduction dolls) but turned off the lights and went to bed.
About an hour ago, I noticed said moth, on my window, caught it carefully in a plastic jug, covered the top with paper and took it outside where I sent it on it’s way to do whatever it is moths do. No more annoying fluttering for me and a happy, free moth.
Here is our tried, tested (used often in our homes), method for getting rid of any creepy, crawly, fluttery, buzzing or scary looking nunus (as I always want to call them but no one knows what I mean). It also is the least harmful way as the slightest touch by human hands could leave a poor bug with serious problems.
Before that, let me have a quick moment of excitement to say that I just looked up the definition of nunu, in the online Oxford dictionary and here is the definition:
Pronunciation: /ˈnuːnuː (noonoo)