Thursday, November 19, 2009

RACCOON WITH BABIES IN MY ATTIC IN LA, RACCOONS IN MY ATTIC IN LA, RACCOON TRAPPING IN LA, RACCOON CONTROL IN LA, RACCOON REMOVAL IN LA, USING EVICTION LIQUID ON MOTHER RACCOONS IN ATTICS IN LA,


Momma raccoons with babies in a wall soffit we found, trapper mike took photos from inside an attic.

Trapper Mike with All City Animal Trapping pulled the babies out from the attic and put them outside where there mom could take them somewhere safe while he fixed and repaired the hole on the roof leading into the attic.

Six babies all pulled out from the raccoon den in the attic. ALL CITY ANIMAL TRAPPING you can reach us at 1 877 724 5314.  Call us.

Momma raccoon with her babies in a crawl space of an attic in L.A.  Mother raccoon removals from attics can be very dangerous because its so tight inside and the mom raccoons are so protective over there baby raccoons. CALL US @ 8777245314.


This large raccoon we caught was going in and out from the house every night  using the subfloor beneath the bath tub as a home. Creating allot of noise and some interesting smells thru out the house.CALL ALL CITY ANIMAL TRAPPING AT 18777245314




Raccoons control in la and oc is always difficult. Raccoons always use attic crawl spaces, wall soffits, and sub floors under bath tubs to make there dens while having baby raccoons. Raccoons poop and use these spaces as there personal raccoon latrine. Baby raccoons often have to be removed by hand, or cut out, sometimes using eviction liquid works well as well. Raccoon eviction liquid is a pheromone taken from the male raccoon we use it to make the mother raccoon think there is a male in the attic with her. She instantly freaks out in fear of her young's well being and takes them to another location.  In some occasions our trapper is able to use chloroform to sedate the wild raccoons, he can then remove the raccoon and her docile babies on the spot.

1 comment:

  1. Raccoons are found all over the Tampa Bay area in bigger and bigger numbers. As they discover the urban areas, their populations grow when food is more readily and easily available. Because of that it is becoming more common to encounter a raccoon near or inside your home.

    In urban and other areas where tree dens are lacking, raccoons choose a wide variety of “cavities” including rock and debris piles, attics, crawl spaces beneath mobile homes, culverts and sewer drains.
    A raccoon in your attic can cause major damage. They will nest and bring in the food they have scavanged which will collect and rot. They will also defecate and urinate.

    The greatest problem with raccoons is disease. Raccoons are known to carry a wide variety of diseases. Most of these are harmless to the raccoon and to people, but a few, such as distemper and rabies, can kill raccoons when their populations get too dense. These diseases also can infect pets that are not vaccinated. The risk of rabies is small (less than 1 out of 200 raccoons in the wild have been exposed to rabies), but the risk should never be taken lightly. Raccoons are wild animals and should never be treated as pets.

    www.wildlifetrapper.com

    ReplyDelete