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Fayetteville North Carolina Raccoon Control Situation: Hi David, I live in Fayetteville, so I'm way out of your business area. I just wanted to say thanks for your information. Since hurricane Katrina much of the wild life in my area has been forced to take refuge where ever there might be a little protection. A baby raccoon had fallen in my wall and after cutting the sheet rock to get him out, I found another in the attic right above where he had fallen.Then came the big question: What to do with the little guys? Momma Raccoon would be POed and I wanted to get her back with the babies (only out of my attic). Your idea of putting the babies in a trap was a super idea. I just hope it works for me. My attic is a big mess. There's raccoon droppings everywhere, and probably more than a few fleas and mites jumping around. What I do is physically remove every last raccoon turd, along with areas of crusty, urine soaked insulation. I then use an electric atomizer sprayer to coat 100% of the attic surfaces with BioShield, which cleans, decontaminates, and deodorizes the attic. Bioshield does a great job, better than any normal cleaner ever could, and the atomizer works very well to cover everything quickly. For a larger sized attic like mine, with the amount of area I have to cover and amount of droppings I have to find and remove. Thanks again, Betty
Hi David, I was reading your site online and thought I'd write you. We have had a raccoon fishing for worms in our garden over the last week, and we finally set a trap to try to get it. And we got it last night, and I'd like to take it out to the wild and release it. I know it's probably not legal in Fayetteville, but I know they'll euthanize it if I take it to Animal Control. It's pretty feisty, and I don't want to get hurt loading it into the car or when I let open the trap door. I've trapped numerous feral cats and an opossom, but the raccoon can reach much farther out of the trap, and it's my first raccoon trapping. The trap is in a safe place, and it's not sunny out, so he's ok for the moment. I'm calling around right now to some raccoon experts in our area, but I thought I'd try you and see if you happened to be at your email. Do you have any advice? Thanks much, Heather in Fayetteville.
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