Memphis Animal Attic

Attic Animal Pest Memphis

We are Memphis Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Memphis, TN. We specialize in providing you with service that can humanely remove any animal from your home or business. Our company has been in business for over 10 years, and has established itself as the #1 wildlife removal service in the area. We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist you. We understand that animals can cause problems at all hours of the day, so we have someone available to assist you no matter when you need us. We also are able to provide same-day service in the vast majority of instances, but a technician will be able to come to your property within 24 hours of your call. No matter what kind of animal problem you may have, we are ready to take care of it. Our technicians have learned the latest techniques and methods to remove wildlife such as reptiles, mammals, and birds. We do so humanely. There is no use of live traps are poisons. These things can pose a danger to your family, so we don’t use them at all. We use techniques that remove the animals safely and quickly, letting you know that you have a service that cares about all life.Our 24 hour staff is available to you right now. If you have problems or are in need of wildlife removal, call us right now. Call us now at 901-871-0065 for a solution to your wild animal problem.

About Pest Animal Memphis and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Thorough inspection of your property and attic.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

We repair wildlife damage and prevent re-entry.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Specializing in wildlife only - no poisons.

Fully Tennessee licensed and insured.

Poison-free Memphis rodent control - rats and mice.

Our Service Range

Our Service Range

Collierville, Germantown, Bartlett, Millington, Arlington, Lakeland, and many more!

Memphis Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: What to do about stray cats fighting and spraying

When you find cats either fighting or spraying on your property, you need to do something. This is in no way acceptable behavior, since it could cause harm to you, your family and the cats themselves. It is, therefore, recommended for you to know what to do, before such behavior actually happens. This way, when the right time comes, you will know what to do to stop the spraying or fighting. In most cases, when this happens, many people feel frustrated and helpless, feeling that they do not have control of the situation. However, you should note that there are certain things that you can do to keep the cats out of your territory and stop them from spraying or fighting.

In case the cats have already sprayed, you need to eliminate the odor before you can go ahead to prevent further spraying. Some of the areas you should clean include fences, doors, bikes and anything else that was sprayed on. It is often best for you to use enzyme cleaners for cleaning these surfaces.

In case the cat that is doing the spraying belongs to your neighbor, you should try to have a chat with your neighbor. You should tell him about the spraying and then go ahead to ask is the cat is neutered or spayed. You could also go ahead to ask that he keeps his cat more contained, so that it does not keep coming to your home.

However, in case the cat you are dealing with is a stray cat, there is no owner you can talk to. Here, you need to take matters into your hands. In case you notice that the cats are always fighting or spraying, you could consider taking them to a clinic, where they will be able to find them homes. At the clinic, the cats could also be spayed or neutered, so as to prevent spraying.

In instances where you find the cats in the act of fighting or spraying, you could use a hose of water to scare them off. In addition to scaring off the cats, it will also inform them that this is not a place where they should be behaving like that. This will prevent further fighting and spraying on your property.

You could also try grinding grape fruit or lemons and then spreading it all over your yard. Many cats hate this smell and will not go anywhere near it. Therefore, when you spray this around your yard, cats will not desire to spray of fight there.

Experts have also stated that cats hate garlic, so you could consider planting garlic to act as a parameter wall. This is guaranteed to keep the cats away from your home. Garlic is a great remedy, because it will also help to keep other animals away from your home.

Overall, fighting and spraying of stray cats in your home can be prevented. However, if it has already happened, you should try to remove the mess and odor.