Aurora Wildlife and Animal Removal

Pest Animal Removal Aurora - Wildlife Control

Welcome to Pest Animal Removal Aurora! We are a wildlife removal company servicing Aurora, IL. Getting someone to assist you in an emergency situation can be a challenge, but it is even more so when you are dealing with businesses that don't necessarily consider your emergency to be their emergency. This is true of most wildlife services you will encounter, but not us. We get that having a wild animal in your home or business is an emergency to you, and this is why our trained staff of professionals are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year to assist you whenever you have a problem. Animals like bats, squirrels, skunks, raccoons, and other similar types of critters don't have a normal schedule. They can get inside your home at all hours of the day, and we are ready to assist you in removing them quickly and with great expertise. We are known as the best service in town, and that is because we do the job right every time. You will receive a written estimate of exactly what it will cost to remove your critter or critters. There is never any hidden costs. We stand by our estimate, which you were going to find is better than virtually every other company in the area. Plus, we are better than them. Our team of professionals is ready to take your call 24 hours a day. If you have an emergency, contact us right away. Call us now at 630-608-2409 for your Aurora wildlife control needs.

About Pest Animal Removal Aurora and Our Services:

Same-day or next-day appointments.

Property inspections and in-attic inspections.

Humane wildlife trapping and exclusion.

Critter damage repair to your home.

We offer attic cleanup and sanitation services.

Bat control in Aurora - removal from attics

Aurora raccoon removal and skunk removal.

Removal of animals in the attic, like squirrels.

Aurora dead animal removal inside houses.

Aurora snake removal and prevention.

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Aurora Wildlife Removal Tip of the Month: Could an Illinois Bat Ever Be a Pet? A Good Pet?

The Aurora bats that are kept as pets will lose the sense of freedom. Those who captured them will be in total control of their lives. The water and food supply, the fresh air, its companions and the light inside its cage will all depends upon its captor. Those who keep bats as pet simply want to appear cool. They want to let the world know that they have a rare pet in their house. However, keeping bats as pet is downright cruel.

Why Bats Do Not Make Good Pets

In the US, keeping Illinois bats is considered illegal. However, in some states, it is still lawful to import species of bats that are non-native. This may include the leaf-nosed and the Fruit bats. Bats are not flying pets. They may be fascinating and intelligent creatures but they do not make a good pet. In this article, we will discuss some of the reasons behind this.

Bats as Pet Will be Messy

The bats will roost upside down which means that once they piss; their urine will flow through their Aurora body. It has a habit of rubbing its urine all over its body. He will be doing this multiple times every day. Apart from the urine wash, you may also find the other behavior of the bats rather unsightly. The bats are washing their body with urine in order to remain fragrant. They also have a tendency to mark their surroundings using their piss. There will be black marks all over their roosting ground. Since you chose to be their owner, you will be responsible in scrubbing off this gunk.

It Will Be Time-Consuming and Costly

Taking care of rare and exotic pets such as Illinois bat comes with an expensive price tag. For those who are rich, this may not be an issue to them. They require specialized type of cage in order to provide them with a comfortable accommodation. When looking for a cage, you need to provide them with enough space to fly. If bats will not be able to exercise their flight, they will become overweight. They may also attempt to fly and flying on a restricted space may result to injury. It is ideal to have a cage that is similar with the bird-flight cage. You will also have to shoulder the increasing cost of their medical needs. 

It is Inhumane

The bats will need to be kept with their colony; they will not appreciate the idea of socializing with their owner. This is probably not your idea of having a pet. Pet owners want to bond and have a connection with their pets. For those who want to achieve this, they will need to raise an infant bat to tame them. This will be inhumane since you have to take them from the mother bat. By hand-rearing them, you will be taking away their opportunity to socialize with the colony.

It took us thousands of years to tame the domesticated Aurora animals. It took years of evolution for the dog to be completely dependent with their person. This makes them an excellent pet. If you want an animal that you can keep as a pet, then please adopt a dog and allow the wild creatures to stay ‘wild'.