Holiday mouse problem got you down? One of my long-term clients who ended up putting in our rodent traps, first found this problem during the holidays.
For many families, leaving cookies out for Santa is part of the fun of celebrating the holiday season. Unfortunately, it might not be Santa (or a parent dressed up as him) who eats the cookies this year.
If you have a mouse problem, your furry little visitors would be happy to claim first dibs on the cookies… and the gingerbread house… and any other food they can squeeze or gnaw their way into.
Don’t worry, though – they probably won’t eat the whole cookie. They’re more likely to nibble on all the cookies and leave the chewed-up remains for you.
And lest you think they’re ungrateful for the food, they’ll probably leave a gift in return – in the form of rice-shaped pellets of mouse poop.
Fortunately, dung isn’t the type of present you have to smile at awkwardly while pretending to like it.
In this article, we’ll help you to diagnose your mouse problem to see how serious it is and tell you how to get rid of it, so Santa and his parent-shaped doppelganger can have the cookies all to themselves.