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Alhambra wildlife control tip of the month:
Hi David - I'm forwarding this as I received an auto Alhambra animal control response. I believe I have followed your
instructions completely. I suppose my question books down to, how long will this rat or rats ignore
my traps? It's driving me crazy hearing them overhead in Alhambra animal control the early hours. As far as I know they won't
have seen a trap before. I've followed your advice about closing holes in the attic and setting traps.
It's been five or six days and I can hear activity at night, but no Alhambra pest control success with traps. It looks as though
blocking the holes was successful. I've baited new traps with peanut butter and put them in the attic and
the garage roof. There was a hole between the two places which Alhambra pest control I sealed with metal screen. It sounds as though
it/they are unable to get through the screen, but they haven't taken the bait. Is there anything else I can do?
Will they die of starvation before they eat the peanut Alhambra wildlife removal butter, it's my favorite? Do they have stored food? Might
they chew their way into the house rather than take the delicious peanut butter? Any advice would be much appreciated.
Thanks for a comprehensive excellent web site. My cat Alhambra wildlife removal passed away a while ago and the rats moved in ! Never had a Rodent
problem in the 18 years previously. Always had cats though.
I am from Western Alhambra and my house is a 1950’s open eves
with that blow in insulation that’s about 25years old. I have done my best to Alhambra animal trapping wire up all holes but a few still exist . Aside
from boarding up the whole eve all way round which then restricts airflow in our hot summer. I have laid 15 traps to start with,
a few small and a few large. Baited with peanut butter and pressed the peanut butter Alhambra animal trapping onto the tab so it’s not just resting on there.
I got 1. Now whatever is up there is licking of the peanut butter of the large and small traps ! Damm varments. I have set all traps
rights to the edge off the lever. On firm surfaces like the rafters. Maybe Alhambra exterminator it’s the quality of the trap ? I may have to order some of
your victor traps from the U.S. So my recent rebaiting happened yesterday and I checked today, yep a couple with half the peanut butter
licked off. It’s the fancy organic smooth peanut butter too. Appreciate any Alhambra exterminator suggestion’s David, apart from getting another Cat.
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