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Where should I relocate a trapped rodent?

The rodents are known to be good in the nature and they are a part of the nature. However, when they come to your property, they will be something else and it will start to matter to you and other people around you. Rodents that enter human homes sometimes find it difficult to live in wilderness, which is why it is important to consult professionals about relocating rodents once you capture them in your home. Don't just go out and let them go somewhere in the woods -especially not somewhere near your home.



When the rodents enter into your home, they may start to eat the wires and the walls and they will not be kind for anything. There are many people who have got in the same problems of the rodents eating, pooping or chewing on their properties. By now, the most humane way that people use to get rid of the rodents is to trap them live and to transport them to nearby area where they will not be offending any person. However, you have to know that there are some rodents that have homing ability and when you do not transport too far away, they will still come back to your house. You should at least take time at least 5 miles away if you do not want to see them back in your home.

However, when it comes to relocate the rodents, you should keep in mind that the rodents mark their territories and they are always ready to fight for them. When you put the rodents in other rodent’s territory, the war will start. This means that one of these rodents will have to leave the place or even one will die.

However, whatever happens, relocating the rodents is the best option than using the poison to kill them since in the wild they have a chance that they can survive. There are many reasons why you can also choose to relocate the rodents instead of killing them. When you kill a rodent that has fleas, it will die but the fleas will want to find a new host and they may move around and this will put everyone at risk. This is why you should think twice when it comes to relocate the rodents or to kill them. It may take some time to trap and to relocate the rodents but it is safer for everyone involved. Go back to the How to get rid of wildlife home page.

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