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Mothra: 7/5/04

Just before bed I heard a loud flapping in the living room. Some how a huge moth had gotten into our apartment. I tried to catch it to put it outside to no avail.

From searching the internet for photos, I think the moth is some sort of hornworm variety.

Update: 7/6/04

The moth came out of hiding. How it survived my cat, I don't know. I guess it was lucky that my cat is no longer as young as she used to be. Anyway, I managed to capture it. Sean and I let it go outside and watched it fly into the sunset.

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