Critter Control has North Carolina offices in Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Burlington, NC
Bobcats have a tendency to cause problems for North Carolina homeowners who have domestic pets living outside their North Carolina home. Though most bobcats won’t attack humans, they will attack small animals. To avoid bobcat problems with your pets, it is best to keep small pets inside at night, when Bobcats are often most active.
Bobcats primarily go near North Carolina homes because they are attracted to the food and shelter opportunities nearby. To keep bobcats away from your North Carolina home, try to eliminate all food and water sources they may have access to. Similar to feral cats, if bobcats are continuously fed, they will continue to come around your North Carolina home. You should also consider blocking off shelter-like areas, like bushes for example, where bobcats may set up a cozy residence.
If you see a bobcat near your North Carolina home, it is best to contact the North Carolina Critter Control office near your for assistance. Trapping is the most effective bobcat control and removal solution, but for safety precautions, the trapping and removal of bobcats should only be implemented by a professional. If you have a bobcat lurking near your North Carolina home and would like a professional to assist with the control and removal of the bobcat, please contact North Carolina Critter Control.