Everybody knows that New York has more rats than it knows what to do with, but now things are really getting crazy. Huge rats have recently been seen on some walls down in SoHo. Now they've managed to finesse the traffic on Canal Street and are popping up on the edge of Tribeca. No telling how many more of these pointy-nosed suckers we'll be seeing, but they're breeding faster than you can say "Let Them Eat Crack." Can these big pests be brought under control? Maybe those mousey folks over at FAO Shwartz can offer up some tips. Are they escaping from the new Village Pet Store?
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