It is baby squirrel season. Sometime this winter, squirrels find romance in attics and other indoor spaces. Babies start moving around in April or May. So, if you are hearing squirrels now, likely you have a family of squatters. What to do? Seriously, hire someone! We know a few good people in the Boston area.
When temperatures cooled down in early September, mice started house hunting. They will close on a new place before Halloween. If you ignore one mouse, there will be even more. If you think mice are cute, think again. One may be cute, even two of three. Cute or not, mice reproduce at a rate of
This was the “Thanksgiving of the mouse.” Two out of three of the households we visited had uninvited squatters of the rodent variety. I ended up being the hero this week. My niece, who is a tall, strong woman turns into a ten-year-old at the thought of a mouse. Well, not entirely. The day before