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Should I remove them or just let them go? They do not seem to harm anyone and run when the back door is opened. The raccoon is afraid and the skunk I see on occasion if I Saint Petersburg animal control get in late from work and turn the deck light on early in the morning before dawn. I think I have created a zoo out back by feeding the feral cats and I am not sure that it is ok to have a few critters under the deck. I live in Saint Petersburg animal control the outskirts borough area by our highschool and we are kind of in town but on the forrest/ hills and field side. What do you think? I need advice. I think that the cats are gone because of the raccoon and skunk. I'm not Saint Petersburg pest control sure what is actually going on out there except that new critters are showing up and leaving at a high rate. Thank you, Karen
Are the raccoon and skunk friends still hanging out? They Saint Petersburg pest control seem okay to me, I'd probably just let them be unless they are causing you some specific problem.
Hi, Thank you for your reply! I know that the raccoon is still there. I do not know if the skunk still is. I haven't seen it. But, I have a feral stray little black St. Petersburg wildlife removal cat also hanging around and will have the rescue cat shelter look at it and make sure it is ok. I do not see any problems with the "zoo" I have developed under my deck so far. The raccoon comes out now very early Saint Petersburg wildlife removal in the morning, 2-3am and eats. He/She is shy and runs when it hears movement, although it looks at me through the window and stares for a minute or two before going back under the deck. I am going to check St. Petersburg animal trapping the cubbies I originally had for the feral cats that never returned. I will take your advice and just leave them alone. I think that there are only a few critters there now and they are not a bother, just keep to Saint Petersburg exterminator their selves. I was concerned about rabies and such, but animal control told me that if they are showing themselves in the daytime and seem confused that I must call someone to get them, but if they are out at Saint Petersburg exterminator night there is no problem. I will keep you posted and I appreciate your email. Best to you! Karen
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