24/7 Cell Phone: 918-900-6170
Tulsa Oklahoma Raccoon Control Situation: We will make a recommendation of your raccoon site! I'm really pushing hard to get our web site updated and more information added to it before Spring. In our state we're not supposed to take in nuisance animals and they considered raccoons trapped in attics as nuisance animals. It's a big drain on our already tiny resources. From start to finish we estimated that it costs $ 250 per baby raccoon to raise them. This includes formula, produce, fish, crawdads, rodents and labor. That's probably pretty conservative too. Our group is supported entirely by donations and since we don't have a way to receive funding from other sources other than that it gets a little dicey sometimes. One of my biggest goals is to educate, educate, educate. During baby season I cringe when people tell me they have a litter or baby raccoons because I know that there are better ways to deal with them than just scooping them up and handing them over. Many of the people that do that to us are "repeat offenders" ~ too lazy to repair their homes so it just becomes a habit for them to bring them in. I appreciate your offer to donate to our group.
Hello Ned, I work in an one story office building and we have been having a raccoon problem since early October. The first one fell through a ceiling tile and ransacked our office. We did not catch him as he exited the same way he entered. Since then we have caught four raccoons in our ceiling with a trap and we have a landlord who is doing the bare minimum to address the problem. Not only do we believe these raccoons are tearing our wiring but also leaving their feces above us as well. Is it possible that we could be breathing in toxins from their feces? We have been experiencing some electrical issues as well like our server going on and off and causing major work flow problems. What I am in the process of doing is writing a letter to our landlord and I would like to give him an expert opinion. Any information you can give us would be greatly appreciated.
If you wish to learn more, click on the How to Get Rid of Raccoons in the Attic home page. For wildlife control, animal trapping services, and raccoon control in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, call us at 918-900-6170, and ask to talk about raccoons in the attic in Tulsa, OK.