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Raccoons Rummaging Through Your Garbage? Hereís What To Do.

Remember that awful roommate in college who would use all your things, eat your food and always leave a mess? Raccoons are almost exactly the same. They are the ultimate freeloaders! They love to feed off your leftovers, snuggle up in your attic and never clean up after themselves. Rude, right?

Well, unlike your inconsiderate roommate, raccoons donít know any better! Social graces arenít part of basic raccoon instincts. But that doesnít make it any less annoying to be woken up in the middle of the night to scuttling noises or to find a mess of food scraps in your front yard in next morning.

AAA Pest and Wildlife is a Philadelphia raccoon removal company who wants to help you and that raccoon have a much better relationshipÖby separating the two of you! We provide humane animal removal services in the Philadelphia area.

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There are a few different places you will find a raccoon whoís ready to mooch off you:

  • In Your Attic: You know a safe place for a mama raccoon to build a nest and raise her babies? You guessed it, your attic. Sheís high up and away from other predators, including humans, since your attic probably isnít your favorite place to go, anyway.
  • In Your Garbage or Garden: Raccoons are omnivores, just like humans! That means they eat both plants and other animals. No wonder they want to get a little taste of whatís in your garbage!
  • With Your Pets: When food is scarce, a raccoon might buddy up to your outdoor cat and share her Fancy Feast. Some raccoons arenít so friendly and will fight with your pets over the food and possibly hurt them.

Raccoons donít mean to be a nuisance, but there are definitely ways to give them the sign itís time to go:

  • Get a trashcan with a locking lid.
  • Keep food scraps in the house until garbage day (wrap them with newspaper to avoid the bad smell!).
  • Only feed outdoor pets during the daytime (raccoons are nocturnal) and always bring the food right back inside!
  • A mama raccoon will leave your attic once her babies are old enough to be independent, but if you canít wait until then, call your favorite Philadelphia wildlife removal company to help you out!

The Most Trusted Raccoon Removal Company in Philadelphia!

You can learn more about AAA Pest and Wildlife and our many exclusion services in Philadelphia on our website. Contact us today for a free quote and take your home back from those pesky invaders!

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