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What Animal is in Your Attic?

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Guest author: Amber Kingsley

If you are anything like the majority of people on this planet, you sure like animals. Chances are good that you can’t help but smile in adornment when you see some little puppies or lazy fat cat playing in the backyard of your neighbors. Chances are even better that you like the idea of having a pet at your home. After all, living with a four-legged friend can keep you from feeling lonely when you’re alone and make you laugh even when you’re sad for some reason.

But it is only true for the situations when you were the one to make a decision to share your home with an animal. But, as experience confirms, sometimes animals make such a decision for you.

Yes, I’m talking about those cute yet unasked guests who sometimes decide to arrange their dwellings in your attic. The list of such guests might include rats, mice, bats, raccoons, and many others. And the cold truth is that no matter how lovely they might look (after all, raccoons and squirrels are really cute), they oftentimes appear to be a source of regular irritation.If this is your case, you’ll sure benefit from looking through a beautiful infographic below.

Here is a sneak peek of what you are about to discover. You’ll learn what animals might be living in your attic and how to detect who you are dealing with. You’ll learn what kinds of noises are typical to whom, and what to do about it. For example, you’ll learn that scarring and scratching during a daytime are classic indicators of a squirrel living in your home. You’ll learn what kind of noises are typical for a raccoon or a bat or a mouse. But most importantly, you’ll learn about the most effective and humane ways of removing unbidden friends from your home. Ready to dig deeper into the topic?




About the author:  Travel junkie, Amber Kingsley, is a freelance writer living in Santa Monica, CA. Her art history background helps her hone in on topics that are of interest to readers. She is a dog enthusiast and loves spending time with her pomeranian, Agatha.


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