Tips for Controlling Outdoor Rats

Nobody really wants to come home to find a huge rat in their kitchen or, perhaps worse, infesting the building of your business. But you can't exactly blame the creatures for following their natural instincts to find food and warmth, either. If you're the type that doesn't really want to see the little guys get hurt, but you also don't want them sharing your living space, there are some steps of preventative action you can take to avoid having to deal with them face-to-face. It's not a good idea to do the following things if you know you live in an area where rats are roaming free: Be Careful with Garbage Rats are attracted to garbage and organic debris – they see it as food! If they smell it, they will come, so it's important to make sure your garbage cans are made of a hard material that a rat…