Lincoln, ME, September 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Every fall field mice, squirrels and chipmunks make their migration to the warmth and protection of homes, garages, camps and barns all across the country. If you have been looking for a non-lethal solution to this problem, the folks at PredatorPee.com in Maine have a very unique idea for you. As the temperatures cool each fall in many parts of the U.S. and Canada, house mice and field mice begin moving into homes, barns and commercial buildings in search of warmth and food. How to stop them? According to Marketing Manager Ken Johnson of Predatorpee.com, mother nature has given us the solution.
According to Johnson, the movements and actions of wild creatures are guided by only a few things: food, fear and sex. For humans to change a creature’s behavior, we have to communicate to these creatures in the ways they naturally understand. In the wild, nothing stops a mouse or other rodent in its tracks faster than the scent of a hungry predator. The scent of a predator is carried primarily in its urine. According to Johnson, “we put the predatorpee in the bottle so you can use it to send a message to the mice.” One of the most voracious predators of mice is the bobcat -- believe-it-or-not, you can buy real bobcat pee from predatorpee.com.
Since it is better to discourage mice from entering your home in the first place, Johnson suggests hanging small dispenser bottles of bobcat pee every 6-10 feet around your home especially near likely points of entry like where pipes, drains, and electrical lines come through the walls or foundation. It is also very effective to hang the dispensers under the sinks in the basement or ground floors.
It is a natural urge for mice to move into your house in the fall, it is also a natural urge for mice to head for the hills when they smell a bobcat. So, why not put this urge to work for you? Check out www.predatorpee.com or call Lexington Outdoors in Maine at 207-794-8232 for a solution that works just the way nature does.