Animals may be injured or killed by wildfires. It’s not uncommon to find displaced wildlife (and displaced pets) with signs of malnourishment and dehydration. Never deal with injured, ill, or dead animals on your own. A Los Angeles County animal control specialist should handle the situation.
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Halloween is often associated with things that go “bump in the night” or spooky, unexplained sounds. From bats and raccoons to opossums and skunks, it’s not always difficult for these furry creatures to find their way into your home. If you don’t know where they are and you’re hearing unexplained noises, it can cause a bit of a fright!
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Halloween is just around the corner and, for many people, that means trick-or-treating, pumpkins, ghouls, goblins, and bats. Bats are a part of the “spooky” side of Halloween and while your favorite Halloween store might have bat decor dangling from the ceiling, they often get a bad reputation that they don’t really deserve. In fact, bats are harmless and very beneficial for the environment!
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