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    It never entirely goes away

    Hi everyone. Posting because not sure if my fear this time is unfounded but here goes. Last week I noticed that a window in my apartment was open from the top and the door to that room was left open by the kids. It freaked me out that a bat may have gotten in and flown about while I was sleeping down the hallway to to the kitchen and dining room to my room an bit me. A few nights later I was watching the kids in my grandsons apartment downstairs and a screen in the living room window is torn at the top but looks intact. I closed it and slept on the couch with the kids and their mother opened the window when she came in sometime after midnight. What are the odds of this happening and a bat getting in.

    I have been stressed with two family member being ill but now I have a sore throat and the kids mother is also sick? any thoughts or can someone talk me down?

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    Re: It never entirely goes away

    Anyone? Please answer

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    Re: It never entirely goes away

    There are no such things as ninja bats No what if's, ands or buts.

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    Re: It never entirely goes away

    The odds are zero and I am sure you know this.

    Bats won't just fly into houses.
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