Mice and Rats are among the most important pests in the world. They cause economic loss and human suffering. They invade our space, breeding and nesting in and around our buildings, they feed on our food and garbage. Most significantly, they cause damage and impact our health.
Rodents around our home have the added psychological burden of suggesting poor housekeeping, low social status, or worse( although, in truth, rodents are not respecters of income or social status). The presence of rodents also impacts how people view a business or other facility.
Rats and mice are happy to eat almost anything that you eat! They compete with us for our food, feeding on food in the field, in storage, in processing plants, in retail stores, and at home .Worldwide more than 20 percent of all food is lost to rodents.They are comparatively small and do not eat much, but they contaminate at least 10 times the amount of food that they eat, and sometimes more.
Rodents also cause physical damage to homes, commercial buildings, outbuildings, walls, railroad embankments, utility lines, sewers and other structures, by gnawing and burrowing.
Rats and mice have damaged people's health throughout human history, and continue to do so today. They have been responsible for more human illness and deaths than any other group of mammals. From plague to typhus to hantanirus, rodents are associated with about at least