As people move further away from cities and develop natural environments into houses, predators find increasingly less room to roam and less of their natural food source to be found. As a result, predators are forced into our communities to establish other sources of food and shelter. Confining a possible source of food to an area, such as your waste cans, or introducing new prey, such as free-roaming cats and pets, which often attracts predators because it offers an impending meal. The goal at Perault’s Nuisance Wildlife Control is to prevent commercial livestock and personal pet losses from predation by foxes, coyotes and other wild carnivores. In return, this goal will help other species such as turkeys, rabbits, and squirrels strive in a predator-heavy populated area.