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Springfield Missouri Raccoon Control Situation: Hello! Your website was a breath of fresh air as all the trapping/removal companies I have seen online seem to want to kill or have a shady explanation of where the rodents end up. Here is my dilemma. I live in laurel canyon near west hollywood in LA. I clearly have some kind of wildlife living in my ducts and between the house- large holes are in my ducts, droppings fall onto my clothes from between floors and I hear chewing going on. I am having the holes from outside closed up and the ducts repaired but fear that they will trap animals-rats, mice raccoons inside. Maybe even babies! I do NOT want ANY of them harmed. I don't trust many people who say they will trap and release far away when I also see extermination advertised on their page. Is it possible to help me locate someone to work with me that I can TRUST to trap what I have and do no harm? If so please let me know. I'm up nights worrying about those poor rodents...thank you!
So my first raccoon set was thwarted by a woman who released 2 captured animals and left a note...I think I already told you? Still have traps out on the property, but they are up on a balcony and not accessible to passers-by(sp?). Spoke with the guy today and he's frustrated that it's been two weeks with no 'success'. It'll be a nice work but no captured animals...minus my ferry costs! Learning curve on that one. Other than that I have had a few jobs here and there, but the phone hasn't been that busy. I have some squirrels damage pics you won't believe. Wood gutters just annihilated. Heading out to Bainbridge Island this weekend to take a look at apparently a huge bat job. Any suggestions on how to deal with bats in a chimney? I have a couple of call-backs to make on these and the best thing I can think of is to place something on top of the chimney, under the netting, to provide a gap for them to crawl out. Then I'll have to order/pick-up an appropriate chimney cap. I figured you probably dealt with these situations in PA? Seems like the storms are holding off for you so far! I'll keep my fingers crossed! How's the orchid doing that's hanging in the tree? Have you thrown it out yet.... Cya!
If you wish to learn more, click on the How to Get Rid of Raccoons in the Attic home page. For raccoon control in Greene County, Missouri, call us at 417-818-1412, and ask to talk about raccoons in the attic in Springfield, MO.