The hood rats actually are doing that at gas stations in the hood. Gettysberg Dr in Dayton. So there must be some money in it .. ?Makes me wonder if a person would go to a gas station, pump gas, check tires , wash windows etc….
and just work for tips, would people be receptive and could a person make a living doing so?
Use to hunt turkey in an area that had a fox farm in Pa....you could smell it before you would see it...In high school my brother and I ran a 40 mile trap line together, and my dad ran another 40 mile trap line on his own, we had a fox hunting club that would buy live fox from us, we would sell them 75 live fox every year. They would get antibiotic shots and a set of them for parvo&distemper we would keep them for minimum of 2 weeks before they got picked up. We had a large rack of kennels that could collect their urine and that was sold to a couple different lure makers. Brother and I would get up at 3 am, run the line, go to school, go to wresting practice, get home, skin and put up the furs that weren't being sold live, give all of those that were their shots and feed and water them. Then sleep a few hours and do it all over again. Man what I would give to be able to do that again! ***disclaimer for internet police**This was all before you had to have a license to keep and sell live, the game warden would stop by frequently to hang out and BS with us, Dad was a trapper ed instructor for years.