Fox Removal in South London & Essex Overview
Foxes, like rats, breed according to the amount of available food in a particular area and we strongly recommend you do not feed them. Feeding may also cause them to lose their natural fear of humans. Foxes are opportunists and will attack rabbits, chickens and guinea pigs so these need to be protected.
Health Risks Fox faeces are sometimes confused with either domestic cat or dog faeces as they are quite similar in appearance; both cylindrical in appearance and taper at both ends. The difference is that fox faeces often contain undigested remnants of the animal s diet e.g. fur, feathers and/or bone fragments, and are a territorial marker with a very pungent smell. Damage to Property and Reputation
Foxed cause a lot of damage in gardens, especially in February when vixens look for a place to have their cubs. Large holes under a shed may appear, digging under tree roots, disturbed compost heaps are popular. Overgrown gardens an attractive place for cubs to be born under shelter and plenty of cover. Owners of chickens and rabbits and other outdoor pets should ensure that accommodation is adequately fox-proofed.
How Can We Help
Unfortunately, Kill and Cure do not provide a treatment service for foxes. However, we would strongly recommend Urban Fox Control for any of your fox control needs.
Contact Steve On:
07930573934 firstname.lastname@example.org www.urbanfoxcontrollondon.co.uk Quick Tips Do not leave food around outside. Ensure outdoor bin lids are secure. Did You Know?
Foxes are naturally very timid and shy animals. They will almost always choose to flee from a situation rather than fight. Foxes that are injured and immobile should be reported to the RSPCA on
0300 1234 999.