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Oklahoma City Oklahoma Raccoon Control Situation: Hi David, We had a raccoon family living in our attic last summer. The mother had babies and I have been up in the attic several times and cannot locate where the "restroom " area was and there are no visible feces. The smell however lingers and is especially bad when the weather gets humid. What would be a solution to spray in the attic to remove the smell and sanitize the area? Thanks. Bob
Dear Sir/Madam, I am a unit owner at the community in Oklahoma City. and I will like to report that we are experiencing a lot of problems with raccoons in the building areas. There are a lot of concerns because there are many children within the community. I will like to know if you can remove this animals from the premesis and how soon. You may email me. Your attention and cooperation is appreciated. Rosa
Hello. My name is Erin Raney. A couple of local raccoons have moved into the crawl space in the roof area of my front porch and are currently chewing their way into the attic. Their homes (trees next door) were cut down next and they found my place. What is the next step in acquiring an estimate or response for you, the experts? This is having an impact on my rest--they are not peaceful, quiet, respectful neighbors....:P Thanks, Erin
You have a great website. Thank you for all of the information. We have one or more raccoons in our attic. We didn't really hear anything, but started to smell a really nasty odor on Tuesday and assumed it was an intruder of some species. Not sure yet if it's a family or a male, but based on your information, sounds like a female with young. My question is, we hired a wildlife removal company that came highly recommended, but after the third day, I am starting to have my doubts. I don't know if I am being too hasty or not. He came to the house on Wednesday and confirmed the presence of raccoons by finding the latrine site. He said he found the entry point (soffit vent) and said they were climbing up the gutter leader and walking accross the roof to the soffit. He placed a large trap with bait on the ground next to the leader, but when he checked the trap yesterday, he had caught a large woodchuck. Today's inspection revealed no catch. Am I being too impatient by expecting a catch so soon? I asked him if it wouldn't be better to put the trap on the roof, and he said it wouldn't. The roof is pitched a bit, but it seems to me that if the raccoon(s) are leaving at night, they might use an alternate downspout on the opposite side of the roof and wouldn't even encounter the trap. Does the trap have to be plumb (level) to the ground? Any advice or words of wisdom that you can offer would be appreciated. We just want to get this problem fixed. Thank you.
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