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Mother-of-four is stunned to find BATS living on her sofa in Maybole, southwest Scotland


An Ayrshire family have been terrorised by an invasion of bats which were found living in their sofa.

Kathleen Cuthbert, 26, her husband Ryan, 30, feared for their four kids, Rhys, seven, Kayden, six, Ryan, two, and seven-month-old Kady as they endured six months of hell which saw them decanted from their council house in Maybole, southwest Scotland, due to the flying creatures.

Their bat terror began when one of the winged menaces landed on two-month old Kady’s car seat and clawed into the tot’s blanket.

During the bat take-over, they appeared in rooms across the house and have been described by Mrs Cuthbert as ‘tarantulas with wings’.

Kathleen Cuthbert (pictured), 26, feared for her four kids' health as the they endured six months of hell which saw them decanted from their council house in Maybole, south west Scotland, due to the bats

Kathleen Cuthbert (pictured), 26, feared for her four kids’ health as the they endured six months of hell which saw them decanted from their council house in Maybole, south west Scotland, due to the bats

The family's bat terror began when one of the winged menaces landed on two-month old Kady's car seat and clawed into the tot's blanket

The family’s bat terror began when one of the winged menaces landed on two-month old Kady’s car seat and clawed into the tot’s blanket



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