I need help. There is a big, fat, smart red squirrel (about the size of a small cat) living in the walls of my house and I can't seem to get rid of it. When I first found the hole, I waited until the squirrel left and I sealed the hole with a steel plate and wood screws. Then, when I come home from work the next day there's a quaint new hole just below the one I sealed. My house doesn't have an attic, but I'm hearing the thing crawling farther and farther around in the walls and I know it's just a matter of time before it ****s up the wiring. But the little bastard is too smart for the Havahart live traps I have out; it's repeatedly been able to take the bait and get back out again. It's even sprung the trap a few times and still gotten away with the bait. And just now I hear it chewing and go outside to find it making a second hole in my wall (ducked back in the walls as soon as it saw me of course). I thought about getting one of those traps that can attach directly over the entrance hole, but now I wonder if he'd just ignore the trap and chew a new entrance. So, I'm really just left with killing it. I don't want to poison it because I don't want rotting squirrel in my walls. I've been looking at a couple of 1700+fps pellet guns with a scope to get the job done (does that seem like a good choice?), but this squirrel seems uncommonly smart and I've never tried to hunt squirrel before. Does anyone have any tips on hunting these little bastards?