When wildlife does find a way in, it is time to call a professional.
Once an animal has established a den it intends to keep it. Any female
young raised in that den will want to return to have their litters as
well. It is imperative to remove all wildlife as soon as possible from
ones home due to health risks from feces, urine and a number of diseases
and parasites that animals carry. If left in a home, the chances of
health issues increase as well as chances of physical contact with the
intruder. Animals left in a home can actually pose a mortal threat to
humans. It is estimated that rodents gnawing electrical wires cause
25-50% of all fires of unknown origin.