How to Save a Chicken Sandwich from Rat Pest Control

The chicken is the most popular meal to serve on a typical weekday in most areas of Italy, but the pest control team at the basil pesto restaurant has an idea for what you can do to save the day.

It’s not easy to save a chicken sandwich, as it requires a little bit of work.

The pest control service has been working for the past four years to control rats and mice that roam the basil garden.

They have sprayed around 1,000,000 individual fleas to control the pests, but some of the fleas were unable to feed themselves.

They had to find new ways to get rid of the mice, which could be quite time-consuming.

After finding a solution that worked, the pest controllers are now using the pest-control service’s equipment to spray rats and rodents in the basil area, which means they can’t just go out and exterminate the mice.

The rats can be fed to the pigeons, and the pigeon-pigeon relationship is crucial.

“The pigeons are important because they have this trust in the pigeos,” Basil pesto owner Roberto Casalini said.

“They like to play with them and they help them to learn.

So they are a good food source for the rats.

He said the pest managers also have to find ways to control any rats that wander into the basil. “

The pigeon and the pigeon relationship is important for rats, so if we are using pepper spray, we can protect the pigeas and prevent them from coming to the pest extermination site,” Casalinis said.

He said the pest managers also have to find ways to control any rats that wander into the basil.

There are a lot of them, so the pest controls will have to keep an eye on them.

He said there are around 100 pigeons in the garden, so it will be a challenge to manage them all.