How to get free rat removal

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Sadly, the local city / county animal services won’t help you when you have a rat infestation. They might try. They might offer you something to try and help, but they are not equipped and nor do they have the man power to deal with every rat infestation. In places such as New York City, the rat problem is so bad, the local government would have NO other time on their hands if they were to deal with every case.



One way to get free rat removal is to do the job yourself, but you must be prepared for quite the challenge if this is the path you take. We offer free advice, and this can help you in your quest. We would always recommend that you give your local rat removal experts a call, just in case. The last thing you would want is to put your family in danger. With the many threats that come hand in hand with rodents just like rats, dealing with the problem yourself might just make the problem much bigger in the long-run. Sadly, this is not a problem you can ignore and just hope it goes away. When you have one rat, it won’t be long before you have two rats. And once they start breeding, things get really nasty. Each female can have five litters per year, around ten or so babies per litter … Just one female rat in your home can produce upwards of 50 baby rats, and it only takes a couple of months for those baby rats to start breeding. That's before you start taking into account important rat-facts, such as they don’t care much about incest. They will mate with brothers and sisters if it means the continuation of their species.

Free rat removal might sound like a good idea at the time, but there’s a good chance it will just lead to more rats, and in turn, more rat damage. Once they start chewing through electrical wires and drywall or wooden foundations of your home, you’re definitely in trouble. It won’t take them long …

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If you have any questions or comments, e-mail me at david@attic-rat.com