What Attracts Rats?


Rats are various average-sized, lengthy-tailed rodents belonging to the super family Muroidea. They .are attracted to the smell of other animals and their food. Male rats contaminated with the parasite Toxoplasmaare usually attracted to cat urine and loose their fear of cats.
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Vermin, especially mice and rats, are gluttons. They will eat almost anything they can get. Rats and mice are usually attracted to residential homes by the smell of food especially if it is rotting. Rats are known to spread the bubonic plague.
Rats are attracted to food. They go where there is food readily available. They can be found in garbage that are not covered. They can also be found in areas with a lot of cardboard or paper.
The smell of food will attract rat's. They love to eat vegetable's and sweet fruit's. They will look for any kind of food to eat. They will look in your garbage and anywhere they can find food.
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