When I moved to the suburbs of Chicago, I expected to see a lot of things. I expected to see trains, cars, planes and make friends. I also expected to see houses all over the place. What I did not expect to see was wildlife. Lots and lots of wildlife. I did not expect to see wildlife in my front yard or in my backyard or even crossing the street. But there they were. I saw birds at the bird feeder my husband set up. I saw squirrels up in the trees. One day I even sat in front of my window. In the course of an hour I saw three foxes amble down the street, a coyote wander in front of my yard, two skunks and a very confused raccoon.
But that was nothing compared to what I found in my attic one day. I’m really happy about wildlife. Don’t get me wrong. I love animals. I have two cats, a little poodle and a pair of hamsters my daughters love and the cat keeps trying to catch. So I don’t mind having animals in the house. The problem is that I want only the animals I personally bring into our house to be in our house and that’s about it. I don’t want insects in our house or mice or any other creepy crawly things.
I sure did not want to have bats in our house. I have no problems with bats in general. They keep to themselves and I’m happy to keep to myself. But I don’t want to have them in my attic. Unfortunately, one day I realized we had bats there. At least five possibly more. This is not good. It was then that I realized that I needed to find humane bat removal services. I wanted them gone as soon as possible. I didn’t want to have them killed. I don’t like the idea of being a bat killer so I wanted it to be done in the most humane possible way. These Chicago Rat Removal experts are passionate about their jobs, and are able to remove any pest, whether big or small.
Luckily, finding the right help proved easy. Much easier than I had ever thought it might be. Chicago has many wildlife removal specialists who can provide such services. I made a few phone calls and found just the right person to help me out. Someone came over to our house shortly afterwards to help me locate the bats and figure out how best to remove them without a problem. They were able to get into my attic and discover just how the bats had gotten there. It turns out that we had a small window open. I hadn’t even noticed the window but it was enough to allow the bats into our home. One bat flew in and others followed quickly as they realized they had a place to hide out from the sometimes harsh climate in the region. The person I hired was easily able to help us make sure that the problem was fixed and would never happen ever again.