Be kind – don’t kill

Posted on the 3rd October 2013

As cold weather approaches, wild animals may search for warmth and sustenance within our homes.

And, if they can get easy access and find sufficient food for the winter months, who could blame them? If you find a squirrel in your attic or a mouse in your kitchen please don’t panic and call in ‘pest’ controllers. The traps and poisons they use can cause prolonged agony to animals and do nothing to solve the underlying reasons why that animal moved in. Instead, take a few practical steps to encourage that animal to move on.

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