If you’ve had any experience with it, I’m sure you’e aware that some of the most amazing things happen on the internet. For example: in recent months a popular website host, who shall go unnamed, inexplicably up and disappeared. Several major companies were affected; ours being one of them. So here we are, going about our business, trapping squirrels, performing raccoon removal, restoring attics damaged by mass animal infestations, and the like, and *poof* our website and all of our content disappears into the netherworld. Fortunately, the hard-working staff on the back end here at Wildlife Solutions maintained some semblance of backups, and have begun the process of trying to put the pieces back together.
Please bear with us as we rebuild and refresh our content. Before you know it we’ll be back and better than ever.
An Edmon, Oklahoma, woman, this past weekend, was minding her business, getting herself together in the bathroom, when suddenly heard a noise coming from her toilet. As the home owner raised the toilet lit, she lets out a piercing scream and slams the lid shut! The woman rushes for the nearest phone and calls 911.
Snakes are scary. Venomous snakes are even scarier. Do you know the difference? Here at Wildlife Solutions we’ve put together a venomous snake guide that will help you distinguish which snakes you should run from and which ones you should just jump on a chair when you see.
A rogue gray squirrel has been terrorizing a neighborhood in Vermont. One resident says he was shoveling snow when the squirrel jumped onto his back three separate times, scratching and clawing him before he finally managed to chase it away. At least two other people on the street have been attacked as well.