We are Atlanta Animal Attic, a full service wildlife removal company servicing Atlanta, Ga. When you are looking for a company to deal with an animal infestation, you want a competitive price and quick, efficient service, and that is exactly what we offer. Our responsive animal removal experts are highly trained and attend training seminars and courses to keep their skills up to date, and are equipped with the latest modern equipment designed to deal with pest animals as efficiently as possible. We can deal with all areas of wild animal problems whether it is in a large commercial property or in any type of house or apartment, and we look to have someone to your property within 24 hours of your call. One area where we specialize is in removing bat colonies that have found their way into an attic or into an outbuilding, and this is something that we can do quickly and without fuss. Bat exclusion is only one part of the service, as even having a bat colony for a short amount of time can see quite a bit of guano left inside the area where they have been present. Our technicians can ensure the attic is fully cleaned and disinfected so that the spores and bacteria present in the droppings are safely dealt with and pose no risk to you and your family. Call us now at 470-480-5040 for a solution to your wild animal problem.
About Pest Animal Atlanta and Our Services:
It is not that uncommon that a wild animal will end up within our premises. Adult animals have successfully adapted on the life in the urban jungle which is why you will see them too often. Forcefully removing them from their natural habitat is an offense under the law. While it is best to avoid the native adult wild animals, the baby animals will be helpless on their own.
Things You Should Do If You Come Across an Orphaned Baby Georgia Animal
In case you seem to be concerned on an abandoned animal since they are showing a high level of distress or they have an injury that needs to be treated, the local wildlife rehabilitation center can assist you. Avoid conducting first aid treatment especially without the instruction of the specialist. Understand that these animals have unique needs. You might not be aware that you are doing them more harm than good.
Determining If the Babies Have been Abandoned
After a few weeks old, the baby animals will start to explore the surroundings near their den. This is perfectly normal, and it does not always mean that they have been abandoned. You should leave them alone but be sure to watch them from a distance. In case the mother did not return after a couple of hours, then the babies have probably been orphaned.
Calling the Local Atlanta Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
Before you do anything else, you need to inform the wildlife rehabilitation center about the situation. There are some information that you will need to provide to them in order to guarantee the safety of the baby animal. You will be asked to describe the animal. This will include the type, size, any distinct marking, and their color. If there are any injuries, you should also supply them with the information. You should inform them if there are other animals within the area. If possible, you should take a picture of the animal and send it to them.
Keep them Safe and Warm
When handling the baby animals, be sure to protect your hand with a disposable glove. Place the babies inside the carboard to contain them. Put the box in a dark environment to keep them calm. Place a heating pad inside the box but be sure to keep it away from the babies. If you do not have a heating pad, you may fill-up a bottle with warm water and wrap it in a towel. You may need to replace the content of the bottle after a couple of hours. You should do this while waiting for the rescuers to arrive.
There are times that the Atlanta animal will be dehydrated. Avoid feeding them with any solid object since it may choke them to death. If the rehabilitators will not provide you additional instruction to rehydrate them, then avoid giving them water. If the animal is too dehydrated, you may rehydrate them with a saline solution. A special feeding syringe should be used when feeding them.