Homeowners in the Midlands have been warned that huge rats are ‘swimming through toilet pipes’ and ‘creeping into people’s homes’. It comes after standing still for DAYS.
The huge rats are scurrying into unsuspecting Britons’ toilets and into their homes, pet experts have warned. The boss of Pests Be Gone said LeicestershireLive “I’ve had more calls than ever from owners who heard a noise, looked down their toilet to find a giant rat.”
Pest control specialist Ian Helands added: “No one is immune. Rats are excellent swimmers with soft bones and can squeeze through the smallest of spaces. They can hold their breath for three minutes and walk in water for three days, and they come.” drainpipes.” He added, “They’re cunning and getting bolder and bolder. Basically, if they want to come into your house, they will.”
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He added: “People are scared and they should be. There are more rats than ever and they are taking over. I’ve seen some the size of cats.” He said: “There are ways to protect your home from pests.
“You can get rat valves for water pipes – they used to be used in very rural areas, like near canals, but now we recommend them even in built-up housing areas.”
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