By Josie January 15th, 2024
One such sticky situation, is this breaking and entering raccoon getting stuck with its butt high in the air.
As a result, it got stuck with its butt high in the air until wildlife control could come and save it from its uncomfortable position.
They often seek shelter in attics and garages; these areas provide a safe haven from predators and harsh weather conditions.
Noises such as heavy thudding, chittering, and scratching, particularly at night, are telltale signs.
Additionally, physical evidence like torn insulation, scattered debris, and raccoon droppings can confirm suspicions.
Be on the lookout for these signs so that you can intervene early and prevent extensive damage.
Their problem-solving abilities and dexterous paws allow them to open latches, turn doorknobs, and navigate complex obstacles.
They can even remember “solutions” to problems for up to three years!