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Can Raccoons Open Doors or Windows
Raccoons are clever animals that can do many things. They are created with four paws that they use much as we use our hands. The raccoon’s paws don’t look like human or primate hands, but more like a ferret’s or weasel’s paws, except that there isn’t any webbing between the front “fingers.” The raccoon’s paws do not have opposable thumbs, but the “thumb” and “pinkie” come together allowing them to grasp and manipulate Monmouth County raccoon removal things with surprising dexterity. The hind paws are capable of turning 180 degrees, which allows the raccoon to climb down a tree headfirst.
With these very dexterous front paws, raccoons can open, turn, undo, unfasten, and otherwise access many Monmouth County snake removal things. They can open simple doors and some windows. They have been known to untie knots and undo locks. They can unscrew jar lids, remove garbage can lids, open feed bins, and doggie doors. They can undo simple latches, and open unfastened screen doors by slipping a slender paw into the small space where the door might be slightly ajar. One was even known to have opened a container of lighter fluid that it proceeded to dump all over the porch it was on. Raccoons are said to be able to open anything that doesn’t require a key, or, if a toddler can open it, so can a raccoon.
The majority of the Monmouth County rat control time, the reason for the raccoon to practice his breaking and entering skills is to search for food, although seeking shelter figures in there, too. The raccoon uses his amazing forepaws to catch his dinner in a stream, pond, lake, or river. It can catch fish, frogs, water insects, and crawfish, moving the front paws with lightning speed. A raccoon can climb a cornstalk, shuck an ear of corn, and eat it right on the spot. It can reach into a nest and Monmouth County bird control pick up an egg with its front paws.
One person relates a story of having left their house, and upon returning, found that one or more raccoons had somehow gotten into the house and opened and dumped a sack of flour all over the kitchen. Broken eggs and spilled milk from the refrigerator added to the Monmouth County bat removal mess.
Smart and Dexterous
When you have the combination of a clever animal with the paws to do the dastardly Monmouth County rodent extermination deeds, you have the ingredients necessary to make a raccoon who can outsmart even the most desperate homeowner who is trying to secure his home and property.
Other Monmouth County animal pest control topics:
What to I do if I find a nest of Monmouth County mice in my attic?
What type of damages do Monmouth County skunks cause under a house?
Will Monmouth County animal services help me with a house mouse issue?
Should I hire a professional or remove a Monmouth County snake myself?
What will we do to solve your rat infestation? We will get to the root of the problem, inspecting your home in a 32-step process to identify entrance holes. We will use exclusion devices and methods to encourage the rats to leave, without leaving them a way to get back in again, and we will seal up all holes, cracks, and crevices when we’re done. That ensures rats, and a whole host of other wild mammals and reptiles, can’t get back into your property. It’s a long term solution to a long term problem. We don’t ever use poisons because we prefer to take the humane approach to wildlife control, but we do rely on the ten years’ worth of experience we have within the wildlife control and removal industry, and the state of the art tools and equipment we have on hand. Combine that with fully trained staff, both technicians and phone handlers, and an around-the-clock service that also comes with competitive prices, and you have a company you know you can rely on for all your wildlife control needs. Get in touch for your free quote today, or just for some free, informed advice.
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