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WHAT ATTRACTS MICE TO YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER
October 13, 2014
Categories: Mice and Rats
Canadian Thanksgiving falls on the second Monday in October, around the same time when the days are getting shorter and colder.
The transition from summer to fall can be hard for some animals, especially those living outdoors. Mice and rats look for warmth in the closest sheltered space they find. A shelter that is close to outdoor food and water sources where they can live undetected by humans is most ideal.
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner can also bait these rodents to your home. Crumbs, flakes or pieces of food on the floor or counters can give them a reason to come inside. To prevent unwanted pests or rodents over Thanksgiving, we have compiled some tips to keep your holiday rodent free and deliver you some peace of mind. There are a lot elements to consider such as how to keep mice out of food pantry and how to keep mice out of bbq.
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