Critter Control
About Critter Control


Bobcats bothering your chickens? Harassing your small pets? Critter Control traps and removes bobcats from your property safely. Call the bobcat trapping and bobcat removal experts today at 1-800-CRITTER.

    Bobcat Entry

    Bobcats are not known to invade or attempt entry to homes. However, Bobcats may be attracted to a yard that has abundant wildlife, domestic birds, small pets, water, and shade or other shelter. Bobcats are excellent hunters with stealth and patience. Bobcats pose a serious threat to pets and live stock. If you have heard or seen signs of bobcats near your home or business you should immediately call a critter control bobcat expert.

    Bobcat in a treeBobcat Control and Safety

    If you see a bobcat near your home, there is no need to panic. Bobcats rarely attack people. If you heard or seen signs of bobcats near your home or business you should keep your pets and livestock in a protected area. Bobcats are not known to attack humans but are capable of causing significant wounds by biting or scratching.

    Bobcat Trapping and Removal

    Critter Control Technicians are Certified Wildlife Specialists, with the knowledge and tools to get rid of your bobcat problem. Critter Control offices practice humane bobcat prevention techniques. Our Critter Control bobcat removal professionals are trained in bobcat removal, bobcat trapping, bobcat control and in how to identify bobcats and bobcat problems and prevent future bobcat threats.

    Bobcat Damage

    Bobcats can cause considerable damage to pets and livestock as they invade the property of your home or businesses. Critter Control’s specialists can help with bobcat damage, repair and prevention.

    Bobcat Problem Prevention and Repair

    Upon bobcat removal, a Critter Control bobcat expert will assess any damage to your home and identify other potential bobcat prevention points.

    Bobcat on a bridgeBobcat Description

    Bobcats are tan in color, with dark spots on their coat. They have a short bobbed tail with a black tip. Males are generally larger than females, weighing 15-35 pounds, 18-24 inches tall and 24-48 inches long. In the wild, bobcats will live 10-13 years. Bobcats are generally seen alone, but groups may consist of mating pairs, siblings, or mothers with kittens. Bobcats are most active around sunset and sunrise.

    Bobcat Habitats

    Bobcats are spread widely throughout North America. Their habitat includes coniferous and mixed forest, swamp areas, desert, and scrubland. Bobcats are solitary and territorial animals. Individual Bobcats will defend an area of up to 12 square miles. Bobcats will den in brush piles, under rocks and in caves.

    Contact a Critter Control Bobcat Specialist

    Bobcat removal and professional bobcat prevention services should be contacted as soon as a bobcat issue is identified. Call 1-800-CRITTER (274-8837)

    To learn more about Critter Control's animal control and animal removal services, visit Our Services.

    For more information on Critter Control franchises, visit Franchise Opportunities.

    Interested in joining the Critter Control team? Visit Employment Opportunities for more information.

    About Critter Control