Mecklenburg County Animal Services: (704) 336-3786
Animal Rehabilitators of the Carolinas: 704-552-2329
North Carolina Wildlife Commission: 919-707-4011
Charlotte Police Department: (704) 336-7600
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What to do about a squirrel under the porch?
Looking for food and shelter is the main reasons why squirrels are wandering in your house, they can climb on your roof, to the attic and even to your porch. But what to do with it?
Squirrel on your porch
There are reasons why squirrels love to be on your porch and here is why;
• They saw food in there.
• It is good for their shelter.
• They are looking for their babies.
Is it a problem?
Having a squirrel on your porch may be a problem because it may damage your property, they can nibble on the woods, wires and pipes that are on it. It makes sounds that make you bother; it can bring diseases especially if there feces are around your porch.
The best way to solve the problem of a squirrel on your porch is to get rid of them, repel them, how? You may use squirrel repellants that are available in the market, just put some on your porch the smell of it irritates the animal and leave the area. You can make your own repellant as well by using ammonia and rag, leave it on the porch so it can affect the squirrel right away. You may add light on your porch to make it bright at night that may also irritate the squirrel.
Trap the animal using cages with baits, you may use snap trap but it will be bloody and messy and that is not advisable. Bait them with fruits or nuts and if they were attracted on it they will be trapped on your cage right away. If you really don't know what to do about the squirrel on your porch you may ask professionals to help you with.