Re: Mice in the birds room
Posted by Glenda on 8/13/09
I got 4 in a pack at Walmart for $20 last month. So far no mice.
If mice can get in, snakes can get in and where mice are you will
definitely have snakes.
On 8/13/09, feathers wrote:
> On 4/29/09, Ummm again wrote:
>> On 4/28/09, Rich wrote:
>>> First and foremost mice are atracted to seeds, pellets bird
>>> food for a source of eating...if th room or aviary isnt clean
>>> always then youll battle the problem for a long time.id
>>> recommend calling a pest control person to advise on your
>>> peticular situations as mice and rats contract rabies and
>>> other diseases that could be lethal your your birds more so
>>> than any stress issues. stress issues would be the last thing
>>> id be worried about in your situation. my concern would be
>>> the health of the birds with the rodents around them. because
>>> when you clean the floor the mice will get in the cages...
>>> what do you think that will do the stress level of the birds.
>>> u just dont see them in cages due to they move at night
>> You really need to check your facts and quite trying to scare
>> people because you have no idea what you are talking about.
>> Here is a quote/paste from the CDC site. It really wasn't
>> hard to find.
>> What is the risk of rabies from squirrels, mice, rats, and
>> other rodents?
>> Small rodents (such as squirrels, rats, mice, hamsters, guinea
>> pigs, gerbils, and chipmunks, ) and lagomorphs (such as
>> and hares) are almost never found to be infected with rabies
>> and have not been known to cause rabies among humans in the
>> United States. Bites by these animals are usually not
>> considered a risk of rabies unless the animal was sick or
>> behaving in any unusual manner and rabies is widespread in
>> area. I just ordered 2 of those you plug into a outlet to keep
> mice spiders and other stuff away. Not suppose to interfear with
> birds or dogs. I am going to try these they are 25.00 each I
> will let you know if they work.