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As more and more residential areas are built, human encounters with wildlife are becoming increasingly common. Unfortunately, humans often create welcoming environments for animals without even realizing it, leading to unwanted intruders in our homes. From raccoons to coyotes, there are a variety of animals that may find their way into our living spaces, posing both safety risks and inconveniences.

So, what should you do if you find an animal in your home? For starters, don’t try to handle the situation on your own. While it may be tempting to take matters into your own hands, humane animal removal experts are equipped to safely and effectively remove animals from your home without causing harm to either the animal or your property.

Humane animal removal typically involves identifying the root cause of the problem and figuring out how the animal got inside. Wildlife experts recommend sealing up any openings or vulnerable spots that may allow animals to enter your home in the first place. By taking preventative measures, you can avoid future intrusions and keep both you and the animals safe.

While it may be tempting to use harmful methods such as snap-traps or poison, experts emphasize the importance of humane removal. This approach benefits not only the animal, but also the human and the ecosystem as a whole. By working with a reputable animal removal service, you can ensure that animals are safely removed and released back into their natural habitats.

In some cases, such as when bats are present, eviction-exclusion may be necessary. This approach involves using one-way doors to allow animals to leave your home but prevent them from returning. This method can be effective for dealing with animals that have already taken up residence in your home.

To prevent animals from entering your home in the first place, it’s important to assess your property for vulnerabilities. Animals such as raccoons and squirrels can climb up the sides of houses or rip holes in roofs, making it important to seal up any potential entry points. Installing chimney caps and screens for gable vents can also help keep critters out.

If you find yourself in need of an animal removal specialist, be sure to choose a reputable service that utilizes humane methods. You can often find recommendations through local community wildlife organizations or rehabilitators.

By taking a humane approach to wildlife removal and prevention, we can coexist with our furry neighbors without causing harm to either them or ourselves. As development continues to encroach upon natural habitats, it’s important that we take steps to create safer spaces for both humans and animals.

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