The South Shore is a beautiful place to live, whether you’re a person or a mouse. Everyone is happy when the mice are outside in their natural environment. But when temperatures start to drop, mice want to be warm and cozy. Guess what’s warm and cozy? Your house. And that’s where the problems start.
Can’t mice and people just co-exist happily?
The answer to this answer is yes, mice and people can co-exist happily – but this involves the people exerting a certain amount of control over the situation – for example, by keeping pet mice in a safe habitat that prevents them from leaving their feces everywhere.
When wild mice are in the home, they present a health hazard to the family because of the way they spread germs. Additionally, mice can damage a lot of your stuff. In their search for a warm nesting site, mice shred papers and books, trash clothing – including your carefully stored linens and favorite sweaters, and can even completely ruin family heirlooms.
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What about the cat?
Having a cat in the home is absolutely no guarantee you don’t have mice. Not all cats are great hunters, and even those who are don’t always get every mouse they go after. Did you know one single female mouse can produce dozens of babies each year? Cats are wonderful, but they’re not really a complete solution to the house mouse problem.
What’s the best way to get mice out of the house?
The quickest, easiest way to get mice out of the house is to call in South Shore rodent removal services. These trained professionals come in, identify the key areas of mouse activity, and, using pet and family friendly products, gets the mice out of the house. Rodent removal can be scheduled to meet your needs. You don’t have to worry about setting a single mousetrap yourself: the professionals handle everything.