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Anaheim California Raccoon Control Situation: Hi David! Thanks for the prompt response. Well 21 miles doesn t seem as bad to me, as I have to come to Anaheim to work from Hollywood, but I do understand the cost. Well, I would love for you to come out and price it for me first. I am afraid that the raccoons have a NEST and could be a lot of babies in there. The bad part is that I won t be home until this weekend and then its my daughters birthday on Saturday. The raccoons nest may not even be really a nest. It may just be something someone stacked up out there. I do know something is coming out there, but what, well someone like you could tell us. Kristen and I, are just speculating. I guess this is just my first time dealing with this kind of problem, so I am not sure how to handle it. How about this, set it up with Kristen to come out through the week, this week or the next at your convenience. She is usually home after 2pm (She is a teacher). If you will charge us 50 bucks to figure out what is going on, survey the yard, attic, attic, etc. I can go for that as our first step. I think basically before we can make any plans you ll have to take a look at what we are dealing with. There may be nothing you can do to trap the critters because the raccoons may mess with the traps, so I think its premature at this stage to know if you can help us. But if you can, perhaps a flat or fixed rate to deal with the problem, I d much appreciate it. If you just get one and there is another, or an entire colony, then this could get very pricey and nothing would be fixed. I know it could be a lot of work for you, but once you get out there you ll have an idea whether its solo raccoon, mated, or what. So before I commit to 50 per animal, I d like some idea of just how many I am dealing with. I tend to think raccoons as being colony animals. What might also work, is to come out and set up the barrier on the attic. What I would need you to do is to install a slightly larger doggy door that the raccoons can get through. The raccoon may be smart enough to follow, but I doubt it. If we can control access to the attic the raccoons may simply go away because they no longer have the food and water they thought was being provided. Especially if we could bolt the raccoon door at night, so that nothing can get in. Like I say, I will pay for the barrier plus the doggy door. We have one, but its way too small. I assure you I am honest, and the attic is fairly small. I do not know the square foot, but if you quote a price of around 150 bucks, that s no problem. I think the barrier needs to be on the outside of the attic, around it. If you set up the barrier, it may protect us from the raccoons and kill two birds with one stone. I will have to get your judgment when you see it. Then like I say, I may need the attic done after this. That would be a good idea to look at when you come out So what do you think about that David? It might be easier to discuss on the phone, not sure if you will be available to talk this weekend. As I mentioned it is my daughters birthday, so I won t have a lot of time to talk. We sure could appreciate your help. I am not considering other services. I liked your website, and thought you seemed to be someone who I d rather deal with, then some corporate group who will not care one way or the other about our situation. I also would like to know what you will do with the snagged raccoons when you catch them, if you are going to kill the raccoons or release into the wild etc?
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