Using Cats As Rodent Control? Why That May Not Be The Best Idea

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Cats are the number one indoor predator of mice and rats. That is great for farmers, but maybe not so great for homeowners. If you have one mouse in your house, you probably have more. That is because the mouse or rat you have spotted is probably female since it is always the females that look for shelter and food for their babies. If you have seen one rodent scuttle through your home, there is a very good chance she has a litter of rodent pups to care of.…

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Four Signs Of A Bat Infestation

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Bats are a common household pest whose presence can be quite disrupting, as they can carry diseases and cause structural damage to your home. Understanding some of the early warning signs associated with a bat infestation can help you identify the problem early so that you can have it dealt with by a professional before any serious repercussions come about. Black Spots If you notice that there are black or brown stains on certain areas of your home, especially around chimneys, vents, or any other openings on your roof, siding or exterior, you may have bats present within your homes.…

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Christmas Trees And Pests - What You Need To Know

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If you have seen National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, you may remember the part where a squirrel jumps out of the family Christmas tree. If you are buying a live tree, this may stick with you and you may wonder whether pests can really live on a tree and if they can enter your home through a tree. Here is some information you will want to know about pests and Christmas trees:…

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