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Kitchen is a Bloody Mess After Hunting

DEAR ABBY: Every year, my husband and brothers-in-law go deer hunting. They always meet at my house. They leave bloody footprints and pieces of deer carcass through the house and their dirty, smelly clothes in a big pile in the kitchen. They never wash a dish. Not only do they kill these creatures and drag them back to my house to clean and cut up, but they also do their "processing" in my small kitchen.

Kay in St. Joseph, Mo.

DEAR KAY: When the next hunting party is planned, schedule a nice vacation for yourself. Make it plain you will be back only after your husband has made sure the house is spotless. If the job is too much for him, he should hire a professional cleaning crew.

If your husband can't get a cleaning company to come in and clean up the mess after "processing" the kill, check into a company that cleans up crime scenes!

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