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Animal Waste Cleanup - removing smell / odor

After the invading animals have all been removed and the building critter-proofed, there is still one more step.  The animals have left a mess up in the attic.  This mess can be very small or very large depending on how long the animals lived in the attic and how many there were.

1) Animal waste is a biohazzard - leaving droppings in the attic long term can have health consequences.

2) Animal waste attracts other animals.  Future animals will scent the attic and try to reach the prior animals.

3) Leaving droppings in the attic is particularly unattractive to new home buyers.

4) Some customers continue to smell the waste inside the home and the odor needs to be dealt with at its source, not by masking agents in the home.


The following links show examples of the waste different animals leave in the attic.

rats in attic logo Rats waste.   Rats leave behind small pellet droppings.  Rat problems are frequently ignored until a large mess has been created, often including poisoned rat bodies.
raccoons in attic pic Raccoon waste.     Raccoons leave behind large droppings that vary quite a lot in appearance.  The droppings resemble large cat droppings.
FL squirrels in attic pic Squirrel waste in the attic.     Squirrels leave behind pellet droppings that are similar in appearance to rat droppings.  The droppings are usually less in number as squirrel jobs usually involve 3-6 squirrels whereas rat jobs can involve many more animals.
possums in Orlando attic Opossum droppings & poop.     Opossum droppings are larger than you would expect for the animal's body size.  The dropping mess most resemble dog droppings.


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What is histoplasmosis?

Histoplasmosis is a disease caused by the fungus Histoplasma capsulatum. Its symptoms vary greatly, but the disease primarily affect the lungs. Occasionally, other organs are affected. This form of the disease is called disseminated histoplasmosis, and it can be fatal if untreated.


What are the symptoms of histoplasmosis?

Most infected persons have no apparent ill effects. The acute respiratory disease is characterized by respiratory symptoms, a general ill feeling, fever, chest pains, and a dry or nonproductive cough. Distinct patterns may be seen on a chest x-ray. Chronic lung disease resembles tuberculosis and can worsen over months or years. The disseminated form is fatal unless treated.


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What is Baylisascaris infection?

Baylisascaris, an intestinal raccoon roundworm, can infect a variety of other animals, including humans. The worms develop to maturity in the raccoon intestine, where they produce millions of eggs that are passed in the feces. Released eggs take 2-4 weeks to become infective to other animals and humans. The eggs are resistant to most environmental conditions and with adequate moisture, can survive for years.

How do humans become infected?

People become infected when they accidentally ingest infective eggs in soil, water, or on objects that have been contaminated with raccoon feces.

When humans ingest these eggs, they hatch into larvae in the person's intestine and travel throughout the body, affecting the organs and muscles.


Who is at risk for infection?

Anyone who is exposed to environments where raccoons live is potentially at risk. Young children or developmentally disabled persons are at highest risk for infection when they spend time outdoors and may put contaminated fingers, soil, or objects into their mouths. Hunters, trappers, taxidermists, and wildlife handlers may also be at increased risk if they have contact with raccoons or raccoon habitats.



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