Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 27 August 2014

Don't panic at mouse in house

AS the cold weather approaches, wild animals may search for warmth in our homes.

And, if they can get easy access and find sufficient food for the winter, who could blame them?

Animal Aid encourages people who find a squirrel in their attic, or a mouse in their kitchen, not to panic and to take a few practical steps, on our fact sheets, to encourage that animal to move on.

Contact info@animalaid.org.uk or call 017 3236 4546 for details.

KATE FOWLER

Animal Aid

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