When temperatures drop, people take shelter from the cold. Animals do so as well, particularly that common pest, the mouse. They want a warm and snug place to hang out in during the cold weather, just the way humans do. To prevent housing a sizable mouse population in the coming months, you can take certain precautions to keep them out of the house. Hole Hunt Mice are
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