We all would love to see something adorable and cute. They are pleasing to the eyes, and you just can’t take yours off of them once you see one. When it comes to animals, a cute dog would be very irresistible to touch. Even if you keep it to yourself, you would always want to tap their heads and touch their chin, even carry them around in your arms.
But you wouldn’t want to cuddle all cute animals. Sometimes, you just want to get rid of them. This is because they could become pests that are very upsetting when it comes to worse. And they are not that cute at all anymore.
When you live in a rural area, you might be more prone to one of the cutest animal pests: the squirrels. They are often mistaken to chipmunks, but squirrels don’t have stripes on their backs and they have smaller bodies and fluffy tails. They can be really cute as pets. But when they grow large in number, and consider your attic a warm, breeding place, they are total pesters. Wild squirrels living in the attic are very bothersome.
However, before the infestation starts, it is better that you prevent them from coming into your attic. There is no better solution to this kinds of problem than prevention. To do this, you should check your entire house for possible entry points. These could be the chimney and the gutters. Their holes are big enough for these critters to get in your attic. Block them with mesh made of heavy-duty metal. These squirrels may also find it easy to munch your rotten, weak wood. You might want to replace them so that they will have a hard time to enter.
Squirrels also have a very strong sense of smell. To keep them away from living in the attic, you may buy squirrel repellents from the supermarket. They could be in spray or in pellets. Scatter them in the attic.
Squirrels can be really smart animals. If you think there are wild squirrels living in the attic, it is best to call for professional help.