We are Anaheim Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Anaheim, Ca. Our over ten years of experience has taught us that a great deal of the damage that wild animals cause to your property is not immediately obvious, particularly if it takes place in the walls or attic. You will not notice that rodents chewed your electrical wires, creating a fire hazard, unless you come across the wires in question. You will not be aware that a wild animal spread a disease like Leptospirosis, Salmonella, or Histoplasmosis to you or your family until you begin showing symptoms. It is also very common for attic-dwelling critters, like squirrels, bats, raccoons, and rats, to leave behind urine and droppings, leading to odors and/or mold problems. Other animals, such as squirrels, moles, and groundhogs, can cause more visible damage to the exterior of your property by digging up your garden or landscaping. We can assist you with animal removal in all of these situations to minimize the problems. Our team also offers emergency snake removal 24/7. Thanks to our training, experience, and tools, we are able to safely remove every snake species within the state. We can also identify the species for you and let you know whether it is venomous. Our services also extend to removing dead animals, whether inside or outside your building, and controlling animal-related odors. Call us now at 562-219-2129 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
About Pest Animal Anaheim and Our Services:
The Anaheim mouse originated from the central part of Asia. They prefer to live close to the humans since it gives them an easy access to their food. The mice have an excellent skill to adapt and will eat just about anything to survive. When exposed in an open space, the mice will often fall prey on different predators. In fact, their life expectancy when in the wild is only around 1 year due to the threats of the predators.
What Animals Eat Mice?
Almost all carnivores will target the mice and this will include the humans. For other wildlife creatures, mice have been a staple part of their diet. These animals that depend on the mice to keep them satiated play an important role in keeping their population in check.
Different sizes of cats whether they are domestic or wild will hunt the mice to eat them. There are some people who will choose to adopt a cat to guard their barn against the damages of the mice. The smaller type of the cats like wildcats, bobcats, and the lynx will completely depend on them for their diet. The big cats on the other hand will hunt them as a supplemental part of their diet. They will eat them when there is a scarcity of food.
Members of the family of Anaheim canids will not necessarily rely on rats to receive proper nourishment especially our dogs. However, other canids such as dingos, jackals, coyotes, and foxes will hunt them to eat. The wolf, in particular, will attack them during the cold winter season since there is a scarcity on their food source. There are also domesticated dogs that have been bred to hunt rats and weasel such as the terriers.
Some California birds will eat the mice as their primary source of nutrients such as the hawks, owls, and eagles. The heron, blue jays, and the crows will also add the mice in their regular diet. The barn owl is one of the top predators of mice. In fact, a single barn owl will have the capacity to decimate the entire family of mice. This is why they are considered as an asset in agricultural areas.
Snakes in the wild will also play an important role in controlling the population of the mice’s colony. Snakes have the ability to unhinge their jaws giving the smaller snakes the capacity to devour the mice completely. When there is a sudden increase in the population of the mice, expect that the population of the snake will also rise. In the urban areas, the natural habitat of the snakes has been destroyed due to human activities, this enable the population of the mice to swell.
There are also some humans that are eating mice since this is a part of their culture. In Malawi and Zambia, there are mouse skewers that are sold at the roadside. In poor countries, they will be caught in order to serve as a meal.