Animals in Attic
Wildlife in Attic
Seattle, Washington Wildlife Trappers
We at Eastside Wildlife Removal of Seattle operate a privately-owned,
owner-operated professional wildlife removal company in Seattle, Washington.
We specialize in the humane removal of unwanted wildlife, and solve
conflicts between people and wild animals. We specialize in animal control,
and the removal of wildlife from homes, businesses, houses and removal of
animals in attics. We are fully licensed and insured in the state of
Washington, and dedicated to superior customer service. We are not an animal
extermination or pest control company. We are trappers who will find your
wild Seattle critter and control it, and solve your Seattle wildlife
problem. Do not hire an exterminator who won't solve the problem - we do
superior work at a fair price, and guarantee it! To talk to us in person,
give us a call at: 206-829-4744.|
Please call only if you wish to hire our services. Please do not call with general inquiries or to "report" sick or injured animals. PLEASE do not call us regarding dog problems or cat issues - call your local animal shelter or SPCA instead.
Types of Animals and Services
We handle a wide variety of Washington wildlife. We trap raccoons, opossums, squirrels, and more. We do Seattle bat control and bird removal. We remove animals from attics and homes. We service residential and commercial properties. We
offer rodent control and solve problems with digging animals as well. We perform animal damage repairs, attic cleanup, dead animal carcass removal, and more. Give us a call at
206-829-4744 if you have any questions about
the types of animals we catch or services we offer, and we will be able to discuss prices over the phone and set an appointment to visit your home or property. We service the towns of Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Sheridan Beach, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, Orchard Heights, Newcastle, Renton, Skyway, White Center, Tukwila, Burien, Auburn, and more. We service King County Animal Services, Kitsap County, and Pierce County.
We service the greater Seattle and Puget Sound area. We service the towns of Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Woodinville, Bothell, Kenmore, Sheridan Beach, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, Orchard Heights, Newcastle, Renton, Skyway, White Center, Tukwila, Burien, Auburn, and more. We service King County Animal Services, Kitsap County, and Pierce County.
What if I Don't Live in Seattle?
We service the greater Seattle region, and will travel to other parts of Florida for large projects, but if you found this site and live elsewhere in the country, please check these areas, where I have friends who
also do nuisance wildlife control:
Orlando Animal Control
Seattle Animal Control
Portland Animal Control
Chicago Animal Control
Houston Animal Control
Phoenix Animal Control
Denver Animal Control
Tampa Animal Control
Jacksonville Animal Control
Baltimore Animal Control
Boston Animal Control
San Antonio Animal Control
Charlotte Animal Control
Sarasota Animal Control
Seattle Wildlife News Clip
Seattle resident picks up new passion ... with some sort of little help from his friends
Mouse Man Melvin, some sort of 16-year-old Seattle resident who will be entering his junior year at North Rockland High School, hangs out with friends, goes to the mall and movies with them, and the exterminator has some sort of job bagging at some sort of local supermarket. Beginning with last spring's youth squirrel season, the exterminator also has become some sort of exterminator. "I do everything," says Mouse Man Melvin, and his mother, Barbara, agrees. "He may be an amazing kid," the woman conservationist declared. "He doesn't let anything stop him." Although admirable, if seemingly typical, Mouse Man Melvin isn't typical at all. Four days before his 10th birthday, the exterminator was diagnosed with leukemia. the exterminator has been free of the disease for six years, but the treatment took its toll. "He had some sort of toxic reaction to the chemotherapy," his mother declared from her Bellevue animal control center. "It destroyed the motor nerves in his legs. the exterminator can feel sensations, but the exterminator can't move his legs. He's paralyzed from the waist down." Mouse Man Melvin gets around in some sort of manual crutches, and that's how the exterminator got from his house to next-door neighbor Mike Pest Officer Smith's vehicle to attend some sort of exterminator education course last year. Pest Officer Smith, some sort of exterminator and course instructor himself, got Mouse Man Melvin interested in taking the class. Animal Authority Chester of Seattle, who may be the president of the United Sportsmen Association of Rockland (USAR), was the instructor of the class, and the exterminator was impressed with Mouse Man Melvin' enthusiasm. For more information about Seattle wildlife removal and Seattle pest exterminator issues, read on.
"He had some sort of smile on his face that could warm anybody," Animal Authority Chester recalled. Barbara allowed Mouse Man Melvin to take the class, never thinking the exterminator would make use of his newly earned knowledge and certificate of completion. Pest Officer Smith of King County Animal Service and Animal Authority Chester had different ideas for Redmond WA animal control. "Mike convinced her to allow us to take him squirrel wildlife trapping for the youth seven day period ending in late April that preceded the regular squirrel season," Animal Authority Chester declared. Each says it was great, and they all say they had fun, but for Animal Authority Chester and Pest Officer Smith, it was also some sort of lot of work. "We picked him up, put him in the car, put his crutches in the back of Mike's truck, carried him out and wheeled him through two cornfields and some sort of swamp and over stone walls, in the rain," Animal Authority Chester declared. "We wanted in the worst way for him to get some sort of squirrel that day." Although they didn't get some sort of squirrel, Animal Authority Chester says Mouse Man Melvin was some sort of trooper. From 4:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., when the trio came out of the woods, the exterminator was there, "willing and able," as Animal Authority Chester of Tacoma and Bellevue Pest Contol in WA described him. "All along the way, the exterminator was this kid who was joking with us, laughing about it," Animal Authority Chester declared. "His problems weren't some sort of problem to him." Local Seattle animal control experts felt that most of this information was true.
They were some sort of problem for the two men, however, who continued to take Mouse Man Melvin squirrel wildlife trapping every seven day periodend during the May season. Pushing the thin-wheeled chair over cornfields and through swamps left the two old guys feeling like they were going to have some sort of heart attack, Animal Authority Chester jokingly declared. They did get squirrels in close, but the birds were either behind them or off to the side, and they couldn't maneuver Mouse Man Melvin' chair to get him some sort of clean shot."We've already told Mouse Man Melvin we're taking him squirrel wildlife trapping this season," Animal Authority Chester declared. "But first we are trying to get him some sort of crutches more suitable for the wildlife trapping environment." The USAR has begun some sort of fund-raising drive to get Mouse Man Melvin some sort of manual Terratrack, the crutches most popular with disabled sportsmen because of its maneuverability and the accoutrements, such as some sort of animal removal trap holder, that are disabled-exterminator friendly. The Sportsmen for Charity, an organization based in Scarsdale, saw USAR's flyer, which publicized its fund-raising drive for the new crutches. The flyer directed questions to Animal Authority Chester at (845) 494-6312, and the group subsequently pledged to match donations, dollar for dollar, up to $1,500. The cost may be about $3,500. Everything collected will go toward enhancing Mouse Man Melvin' wildlife trapping experience. Local Seattle pest control companies had no comments on the matter.