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Raccoon Removal ~ Rolling Hills

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Raccoon babies are mobile!!

Raccoons are moving into the city more and more in the last couple of years. Wild fires, floods, drought and urban development force Raccoon’s and other animals to come to the city of Rolling Hills looking for food, water and shelter.  Breeding season is here and females have given birth!! This is where the trouble starts for the citizens of Rolling Hills. This is the time to contact a Raccoon Removal Professional. Raccoons are very strong animals and good climbers and also are very stubborn. These animals are up all night and sleep all day. If you have a vegetable garden a raccoon is sure to find it and eat all the vegetables and fruits that he desires. Fruit trees are another favorite food and will attract a raccoon to your yard in Rolling Hills. Raccoon’s are good fisherman and will raid your koi pond and clean it out in a few nights. If your garbage is not secured tightly a raccoon will rip it apart and leave a big mess for you in the morning. Controlling a raccoon invasion can be helped by the home owner in Rolling Hills because once a raccoon takes a liking to your yard he will keep coming back! Keeping your garbage secured and bringing your pet food inside will help a lot. Raccoon’s aren’t afraid of dogs or cats, in fact they can rip a dog or cat apart with their sharp claws. If you discover that you have Raccoon’s in your neighborhood, keeping your dogs and cats inside at night is a good idea. There is nothing you can do or buy in a store to scare Raccoon’s away! Raccoon’s carry disease and round worm which is dangerous to humans and pets in Rolling Hills. This is why Raccoon removal is a important service to have in all cities of Los Angeles!

Raccoon leaving an attic

 

 

Raccoon in my attic!

Towards the end of winter Raccoon’s start their breeding season. Once the female becomes pregnant, then more trouble will start for the citizens in Rolling Hills. The mother raccoon will begin to look for more than one place to have her babies. She will look for a place that is warm, dark and safe from predators. What better place then the attic of your home or under your house in Rolling Hills, California! Raccoons will find a way to climb onto your roof to get into your attic. Trees, rain down spouts and fences will help them get up there. Raccoons are strong and can rip the shingles off your roof or the soffits of your home to get in. Once a Raccoon is comfortable in your home it is important to call a Raccoon Removal Professional because these animals will cause a lot of damage and will not leave and there’s nothing you can do to scare a raccoon away.  The mother Raccoon will pick more than one place to have her babies in case one becomes unsafe she can move them to another quickly. She will fight to the death before she lets anything happen to her babies! Our company does humane removal of the mother and babies and relocate them to their natural environment. So if you are having Raccoon problems in Rolling Hills, we can help!

Call us for affordable Raccoon Removal in Rolling Hills and in all cities of Los Angeles!

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We Service the following areas of Los Angeles County:

Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

Raccoon Removal Anaheim

Our company provides humane Raccoon Removal solutions in Anaheim! Call us today !

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Raccoon babies are mobile and causing damage!


 Female Raccoon’s have given birth! Raccoon’s are moving into the city more and more in the last couple of years. Wild fires, floods, drought and urban development force Raccoon’s and other animals to come to the city of Anaheim looking for food, water and shelter. This is where the trouble starts for the citizens of Anaheim. This is the time to contact a Raccoon Removal Professional. Raccoon’s are very strong animals and good climbers and also are very stubborn. These animals are up all night and sleep all day. If you have a vegetable garden a Raccoon is sure to find it and eat all the vegetables and fruits that he desires. Fruit trees are another favorite food and will attract a Raccoon to your yard in Anaheim. Raccoon’s are good fisherman and will raid your koi pond and clean it out in a few nights. If your garbage is not secured tightly a Raccoon will rip it apart and leave a big mess for you in the morning. Controlling a raccoon invasion can be helped by the home owner in Anaheim because once a raccoon takes a liking to your yard he will keep coming back! Keeping your garbage secured and bringing your pet food inside will help a lot. Raccoon’s aren’t afraid of dogs or cats, in fact they can rip a dog or cat apart with their sharp claws. If you discover that you have Raccoon’s in your neighborhood, keeping your dogs and cats inside at night is a good idea. There is nothing you can do or buy in a store to scare Raccoon’s away! Raccoon’s carry disease and round worm which is dangerous to humans and pets in Anaheim. This is why Raccoon Removal is a important service to have in all cities of Los Angeles!

 Raccoon leaving an attic

We provide Humane Removal of Raccoon’s and their babies in all cities of Los Angeles!

 

Raccoon in my Attic!

 

Towards the end of winter Raccoon’s start their breeding season. Once the female Raccoon becomes pregnant, then more trouble will start for the citizens in Anaheim. The mother Raccoon will begin to look for more than one place to have her babies. She will look for a place that is warm, dark and safe from predators. What better place then the attic of your home or under your house in Anaheim, California! Raccoon’s will find a way to climb onto your roof to get into your attic. Trees, rain down spouts and fences will help them get up there. Raccoon’s are strong and can rip the shingles off your roof or the soffits of your home to get in. Once a Raccoon is comfortable in your home it is important to call a Raccoon Removal Professional because these animals will cause a lot of damage and will not leave and there’s nothing you can do to scare a Raccoon away.  The mother Raccoon will pick more than one place to have her babies in case one becomes unsafe she can move them to another quickly. She will fight to the death before she lets anything happen to her babies! Our company does humane removal of the mother and babies and relocate them to their natural environment. So if you are having Raccoon problems in Anaheim, we can help! If you have a Raccoon in your attic, call us today and get a free price quote over the phone from a Raccoon Removal Professional!

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Raccoon Control Long Beach

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Raccoon babies are mobile!

  Female Raccoon’s have given birth and soon babies will be mobile and causing problems in Los Angeles! If you live in Long Beach, California and have seen Raccoon’s in your neighborhood or on your property, this is not uncommon. Raccoon’s have been coming into the city more and more for many reasons. Wild fires, floods, drought and urban development cause animals to move to the city. When the food and water supply is wiped out they have to look elsewhere for it. Long Beach is just one of the many cities with this reoccurring problem. When hungry, Raccoon’s will dig in your garbage if its not secured. If you have a garden with fruits and vegetables they will clear it out in one night. Fruit trees and bird feeders will also attract them to your yard. Raccoon’s are great fishermen, if you have a koi pond they will surely find it. You the home owner can help with raccoon control in Long Beach by bringing your pet food inside at night.

In the early spring Raccoon’s will start breeding, this is when Raccoon’s become destructive to homes in Long Beach. Once the female Raccoon has become pregnant she will start looking for more than one place to have her babies. The ideal place would be warm, dry, and safe from predators. What better place then your home or property in Long Beach? Raccoon’s like to have their babies in attics,under homes, and in hollow trees. Raccoon’s are very strong and aggressive, not much scares these animals away. The female will pick 2 or 3 places so that if one becomes unsafe or too cold she knows she has another place to go. A raccoon can break into your attic even if they have to go through your roof! Once up there she will adjust your insulation to her liking and pee and poop all over it. Once the babies are born the mother raccoon will become very protective and aggressive. If you discover that you have a raccoon in your attic in Long Beach then you need to call a professional right away. Raccoon’s carry disease and also have round worm in their feces. Round worm is dangerous to humans and pets. The mother raccoon will give birth to 5 or 6 babies, now you have 6 or 7 pooping and urinating in your attic! Our company does humane removal of a raccoon family and relocate them in their natural environment together. Once the Raccoon’s are gone our raccoon professional can also clean out your attic. Our company will remove all of the feces and soaked insulation, then disinfect and deodorize your attic. After that we can replace it with brand new insulation.

 

 Raccoon leaving an attic

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Knowledge of raccoon behavior is all part of controlling Raccoon’s in Long Beach. So if you hear noise in your attic it could be more than just a rat. If you live in Long Beach and are spotting Raccoon’s in your neighborhood call us and talk to a professional trapper and get a FREE price quote over the phone!

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We do humane removal of Raccoon’s in all cities of Los Angeles seven days a week! We have offices in:

Long Beach, Anaheim, Palos Verdes, Hollywood, Torrance and Beverly Hills.

Raccoon Problems Long Beach – Anaheim

Call us to resolve your Raccoon problems in Long Beach and Anaheim!

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Raccoon babies will be mobile soon!!

Female Raccoon’s are starting to give birth again! Raccoon’s are causing problems in all cities of Los Angeles including Long Beach and Anaheim. Raccoon problems are becoming more common in Anaheim and Long Beach, California. I’m going to provide you with information on Raccoon behavior to help you understand why Raccoon’s cause problems for the citizens of Long Beach and Anaheim.

 

Raccoon’s Digging Up My Lawn

 

   If you live in Long Beach or Anaheim and notice that something is digging up your grass, you are not alone. When other food sources are not available to a Raccoon they will dig for worms or insects they like to eat. This is a common problem every year in the fall. The baby Raccoon’s have grown and are almost the size of the mother by this time. The mother Raccoon is showing her teen age babies how to find food. This is going to cause more destruction to your lawn because now you have more than one Raccoon digging up your grass. When this is happening to you, you need to call a Professional Raccoon Trapper to trap and remove the Raccoon’s. Raccoon’s are stubborn and will keep coming back as long as there is something to eat causing further damage to your lawn in Long Beach and Anaheim. Give us a call and our Raccoon Trapper will put a stop to this problem within a couple of days.

 

Raccoon’s Eating Koi Fish

 

   I get calls from Long Beach and Anaheim all the time with this Raccoon problem. Raccoon’s are eating Koi Fish from ponds, which is surprisingly normal Raccoon behavior. Raccoon’s eat Fish, Shell Fish, Small Birds, and Rodents, as well as fruits that have fallen from trees. It leads me to believe that the Raccoon’s eating Koi Fish have come in from the more wild areas of Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Raccoon’s born and raised in the urban areas are well versed at obtaining meals from dumpsters and dog food bowls left out for peoples pets. Another reason could be that Raccoon’s need water to swallow food. The masked bandit was once believed to be a cleaner animal than most because it always washes its food. In reality, it doesn’t produce enough saliva to help its food get to the stomach, so, being the resourceful guy he is, he finds water to help him along. While it washes its meal, it may notice the Fish moving in the water, and return nightly to do a little fishing. Fact is, that the Raccoon is costing you a lot of money eating your Koi Fish, and you need him gone, no matter why he was there.

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  Raccoon on roof in Los Angeles

 

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Raccoon on my Roof

   We get calls every day from Long Beach and Anaheim about Raccoon’s on roofs. If there is something a Raccoon can climb to get on your roof, they will find it. Raccoon’s love to climb and are very good at it. Keeping you trees trimmed away from your house is a good idea. Raccoon’s will lift up your shingles to get at insects that live under them. Spiders are a common insect that live under your shingles. Raccoon’s like to eat spiders and other insects related to them. A pregnant mother Raccoon will climb on your roof looking for a place to break in so she can have her babies in your attic. Once she can smell the air coming from your attic she knows she doesn’t have far to go. Raccoon’s are strong and will destroy shingles or soffits to get into your attic. If you see a Raccoon on your roof in Long Beach or Anaheim, this is a good time to call a Professional Trapper and have the animal removed before the situation gets worse.

Raccoon in Attic

   If you are hearing noises in your attic in Long Beach or Anaheim, chances are it’s a Raccoon. Raccoon’s like a safe dark place to sleep during the day. Raccoon’s are nocturnal so they sleep all day. That’s why you will hear the noises in the attic usually early morning and evening when they are leaving to go eat and drink and before it gets light outside in the morning. Sunlight hurts the Raccoon’s eyes so they like to be back to their den before the sun comes up. Female Raccoon’s will give birth in the early spring so they will choose 2 or 3 places to have their babies. This way if one place becomes unsafe she already has another place to go. Raccoons will cause damage to your wiring and insulation when they have made a home in your attic. They also will make their own little toilet up there. Raccoon poop not only does it stink but is toxic to you and your family. Raccoon feces carries Round Worm. Humans and pets can contract this worm. This is why it’s important to call a professional to get the Raccoons removed as soon as possible. Our company will remove the animal and the waste it left behind. We will also disinfect and deodorize and replace your insulation if needed.

We also provide removal of Skunks, Bats, Snakes, Opossums, Wild Cats, Coyotes and Rodents!

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Acton, Agoura, Agoura Hills, Agua Dulce, Alhambra, Alla, Alondra Park, Alsace, Altadena, Antelope Acres, Antelope Center, Arcadia, Artesia, Athens, Atwater, Aurant, Avalon, Avalon Village, Avocado Heights, Azusa, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Park, Bandini, Bartolo, Bassett, Bel Air, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Belmont Shore, Belvedere Gardens, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Big Pines, Big Rock Springs, Bixby Knolls, Boiling Point, Bouquet Junction, Boyle Heights, Bradbury, Brents Junction, Brentwood, Brentwood Heights, Briggs Terrace, Burbank, Burbank Junction, Butler, Calabasas, Calabasas Highlands, Canoga Park, Carmenita, Carson, Castaic, Castaic Junction, Castellammare, Caswell, Cedar Springs, Century City, Cerritos, Chapman, Charter Oak, Chatsworth, Cienega, Citrus, City Terrace, Claremont, Clement Junction, Clifton, Colima, Commerce, Compton, Cornell, Covina, Culver City, Culver Junction, Del Aire, Del Amo, Del Sur, Del Valle, Delta, Diamond Bar, Dolanco Junction, Dolores, Dominguez, Downey, Duarte, Dudmore, Eagle Rock, East Los Angeles, East Pasadena, Rancho Dominguez, Whittier, El Monte, El Nido, El Segundo, El Sereno, Elftman, Encino, Fairmont, Fern Ann Falls, Fernwood, Florence, Friendly Hills, Garvanza, Gemco, Glendale, Glendora, Glenview, Gorman, Graham, Granada Hills, Green Valley, Hacienda Heights, Happy Valley, Harbor City, Harbor Hills, Harold, Hawaiian gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hewitt, Hi Vista, Hidden Hills, Hidden Springs, Highland Park, Hillgrove, Hobart, Hollydale, Hollywood, Home Junction, Honby, Humphreys, Huntington Park, Hyde Park, Indian Springs, Industry, Inglewood, Ironsides, Irwindale, Jefferson, Juniper Hills, Kester, Keystone, Kincaid, Kinneloa Mesa, La Crescenta, La Fetra, La Fresa, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Ladera Heights, Laguna, Lairport, Lake Balboa, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Lakeside Park, Lakewood, Lamanda Park, Lancaster, Lang, Largo Vista, Las Flores, Lawndale, Leffingwell, Leimert Park, Lennox, Leona Valley, Lincoln Crest, Lincoln Heights, Lincoln Village, Linda Vista, Littlerock, Lomita, Long Beach, Longview, Los Angeles, Los Nietos, Los Nietos, Lynwood, Magnolia Park, Mahou Riviera, Malibu, Malibu Beach, Malibu Bowl, Malibu Hills, Malibu Junction, Malibu Vista, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, Maravilla, Marina del Rey, Marne, Martins, mayflower-village, Maywood, McCampbell, Mile High, Mint Canyon, Miraleste, Mission Hills, Mission Junction, Monaco, Monrovia, Monte Nido, Montebello, Monterey Park, Montrose, Morningside Park, Mount Washington, Mount Wilson, Nadeau, Nadeau, Naud Junction, Nevin, Newhall, Ninetynine Oaks, North El Monte, North Glendale, North Hills, North Hollywood, North Long Beach, North Pomona, Northridge, Norwalk, Oak Knoll, Oban, Ocean Park, Olga, Olive View, Otterbein, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Palmdale, Palms, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes, Panorama City, Paradise Springs, Paramount, Pardee, Paris, Pasadena, Pearblossom, Pearland, Perry, Pico, Pico Rivera, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa Vista, Pomona, Portuguese Bend, Puente Junction, Quartz Hill, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rancho Santa, Rancho Santa, Raymer,Redman, Redondo Beach, Redondo Junction, Reseda, Rio Hondo, Riviera, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Roosevelt, Rosemead, Rowland, Rowland Heights, Russ, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, San Pedro, Sandberg, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Saugus, Seminole Hot Springs, Sentous, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, Singing Springs, Sleepy Valley, Solemint, South El Monte, South Gate, South Los Angeles, Spadra, Stonehurst, Stoneman, Studebaker, Studio City, Sulphur Springs, Sun Valley, Sunland, Sunrise, Sylmar, Sylvia Park, Tarzana, Taylor Junction, Temple City, The Oaks, Thenard, Three Points, Topanga, Topanga Beach, Topanga Oaks, Topanga Park, Torrance, Trancas, Tujunga, Twin Lakes, Two Harbors, Universal City, Val Verde, Valencia, Valinda, Valla, Valyermo, Van Nuys, Vega, Venice, Verdugo City, Vernon, View Park, Vincent, Vinvale, Vista del Mar, Walker, Walnut, Walnut Park, Walteria, Watson, Watson Junction, Watts, Wellington Heights, West Arcadia, West Athens, West Covina, West Glendale, West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, West Puente Valley, West Rancho Dominguez, West Whittier, Westchester, Westlake Village, Westmont, Westwood, Westwood Village, White Heather, Whittier, Wildasin, Wildwood, Willowbrook, Wilmington, Wilsona Gardens, Windsor Hills, Wingfoot, Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Workman

  

Baby Raccoons in Los Angeles Attic Making Loud Noises At Night

Baby Raccoons in Los Angeles Attic Making Loud Noises At Night?  We have a solution for you! Humane – Fast – And Guaranteed! Why Mess around with a pest control (Bug Guy) who could make matters worse, Much worse! Get a wildlife Professional on the job! You will be surprised How affordable it is!

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Call us now and we can answer any questions you may have about how we get Raccoons out of homes. Read on to see more about Baby Raccoons in Los Angeles attics making loud noises and keeping people awake.

  Raccoon leaving an attic

 

Female Raccoon’s are starting to give birth!

Over the past 12 years I’ve seen lots of scenarios played out. There was the lady who called about snakes who actually had an irrigation line with air in it, causing the hissing sound. And the folks who had something in back of there beach house, which turned out to be a homeless guy. What about the German woman who called about a bird trapped in a vent and was chirping. I could hear it on the phone chirping, but it sounded more like an alert on a smoke detector telling her to change the battery. I told her that, but she insisted I come rescue the bird. I showed up and did an inspection with camera equipment, and showed her the pictures. No bird…. now lets replace that battery shall we?

But when I get to a home in Los Angeles with Baby Raccoon’s in the attic, There’s no mistaking it. I can actually smell Raccoon’s in an attic. I also can smell snakes, bats, and smell the difference between a red squirrel, or a Grey Squirrel if they have lived there inside the attic long enough.

Most clients with a nest of baby Raccoon’s inside there attic meet me at my truck with open arms. Makes me feel good to be wanted. But behind the open arms are red baggy eyes! some haven’t slept in days, and are wishing for immediate relief! Its possible to do, but chances are, we are going to have to do what’s called an eviction, and at nightfall, the mother will carry the babies to another location. Its a win- win all around for you and the Raccoon. No need to feel like you hired a proxy executioner, because we use a soft hand to get Raccoon’s out in Los Angeles!

Baby Raccoon’s in Los Angeles Attic Making Loud Noises At Night?  We have a solution for you! Humane – Fast – And Guaranteed! Why Mess around with a pest control (Bug Guy) who could make matters worse, Much worse! Get a Wildlife Professional on the job! You will be surprised How affordable it is!

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Raccoons Eating my Cats Food

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Female Raccoon’s are starting to give birth!

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I hear about it all the time, the phone rings with a customer telling me how a Raccoon has been stealing there cats food from the porch. Fact is, that when the food is outside, its everyone’s food that lives in the outdoors. And even though you may live in the city, the same rules apply as do in the wild.

Survival of the fittest: Sad but true, only the fittest or fastest get to eat in the wild. It doesn’t mean that your kitty has to starve though because there are options, and you hold the key to resolving this issue. Raccoon’s are nocturnal animals, the sunlight on a bright day will actually hurt there eyes, because they are adapted to low light conditions. Your cat may go toe to toe with a Raccoon over a bowl of food, but she may get seriously hurt, or killed! Raccoon’s have been known to kill dogs twice there size when threatened.

Feed in the Day Time: Its alright to feed a cat outdoors, just don’t do it when the Raccoon’s are active. Seeing as the Raccoon’s come out of hiding right around dusk, that’s when the food bowls should come inside.

How to tell: How do you know if a raccoon has been eating your cats? I have an answer for everything, All you need to do is put a pie pan full of water near the food. Raccoon’s can’t resist putting food and there hands in in the water. In the morning if the water in the pan is muddy… that’s a Raccoon eating your cats food!

Is it alright if they share?: Well, no… its not. Like I said before, Raccoon’s are armed to fight pretty well. There’s no need to find out if your cat will win in a fight with a raccoon. And there are other dangers that a Raccoon in the area will pose to your cat. Rabies, distemper, and parasites which could all be transmitted to your cat, could have lethal results. You wouldn’t park your car in a tow zone, and you wouldn’t touch something if there were a WET PAINT sign would you? Well sometimes the sign isn’t spelled out so plainly, but if you know you have Raccoon’s eating your cats food, do something about it right away. If you feed outside, be sure to wash the cat bowls out with bleach every day before filling the bowl again.

Trapping Raccoon’s: In a situation where the Raccoon must be removed, be sure to call a professional trapper. There are several reasons for this, and I’ll go into it a little here. The Raccoon here on the porch could be a mother raccoon with young waiting for her to return. If you can see the nipples on a Raccoon, she has babies which will surely starve without her. Although we feel invaded with her eating our cats food, its just a Raccoon doing what Raccoon’s do.

Raccoon’s Entering Cat Doors: Well, your cat learned how to use the doors, and now, so did the Raccoon’s. There is a cat door out there called a PET SAFE DOOR. It stays locked until the cat is close to it with a transmitter on its collar. Then it locks again when the cat passes threw it. Wonderful idea for cat owners who let there cats outside. I have had calls from people who would get Raccoon’s raiding there kitchens at night! They cause one heck of a mess, and to be honest with you, that is a dangerous situation.