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Rats are known for being carriers of many diseases, so it is vital to be aware of where they usually live. There are some cases when you might want to disturb a rats' nest. Disturbing a nest is not advised unless done professionally by a Plumley rat exterminator, as these rats could attack you. If you are bitten, the chances are great that you will be infected with some sort of disease.
What is a Rat's nest
A rats' nest is an untidy mass of twigs, leaves, grass, and other materials that a rat uses to make a home. Rats usually live in groups, so a rats' nest will have several rats living in it. Rats are very territorial and aggressive so that they will protect their nest from intruders. If you get too close to a rats' nest, you will be attacked and bitten. Rats use their teeth and claws to defend their nests.
Rats also live in fields, sewers, pipes and other behind appliances - they can fit through any hole bigger than 1/2 inch, so it's important that pest removal Plumley professionals check all areas where pests could access your home or business.
You can tell by the presence of rat droppings that rats may be living somewhere nearby, as it is very common for them to leave droppings wherever they go. These droppings are small, dark brown cylindrical shaped objects which usually contain two "toes" on each end and have blunt ends on the other side (the side facing up when on a flat surface.)
Rats often use the bathroom in the same area as where they eat, so there may be many rat faeces near their nests or food sources. Therefore, if you see droppings, it is likely that you will find more elsewhere, and that means there are most likely more rats around, and that should be enough for you to pick up the phone and call a Plumley rat catcher near me.
There are four main roles that rats have in their nest
The first role is that of the builder. The builder constructs the nest using whatever materials are available. The builder is usually the dominant rat in the group and is responsible for protecting the nest from intruders.
The second role is that of the caretaker. The caretaker is responsible for keeping the nest clean and taking care of the young. They remove any dead or decaying matter from the nest.
The third role is that of the security system. The security system guards the nest against any intruders who get too close to it. They will attack and bite an intruder they see.
The last role is that of a nursemaid, which protects and feeds the young in the nests. They will only do this if there are very young rat pups or motherless babies in the nest. Otherwise, they tend to be more aggressive than other group members and may even kill a baby rat who gets in their way during a fight with another rat or while hunting prey near the nest.
Rats and humans have a complicated relationship. On the one hand, rats are known for being dirty and carrying diseases, which can make them a nuisance to humans. But, on the other hand, rats can be very clever and adaptive creatures, which has led some people to see them as fascinating animals.
Despite their differences, rats and humans have never really been friends. It has been reported that rats bite humans who get too close to their nests, and their droppings can spread disease to humans. In addition, rats can be very destructive creatures, which can cause much damage to human property. Overall, it seems that rats and humans will never quite see eye-to-eye.
Suppose you want to avoid the costs and risks of hiring a professional. In that case, I recommend that you choose one of our affordable DIY pest control options. These are designed for homeowners who have limited time or do not wish to spend money on expensive treatments. However, please note that if your rodent problem is serious enough for professionals like us to come out, it's probably best left up to them! We offer 24 Hour Plumley Professional Pest Control Rats service, so there will always be someone available when you need help with an infestation issue. Have any questions about how we can eradicate your rat problem? Contact Plumley Rat Control Treatments and Removal Service today by calling 0161 776 9832 now!