As they often live and move in garbage, sewers and other unhygienic spaces, rodents can spread bacteria such as Salmonella and E. coli and diseases such as dysentery.
If you can put a pencil in a hole, know that a mouse can also slip into this opening 1/4 “(0.635 cm) in diameter!
Have you ever wondered why rodents are gnawing? This is because their incisors grow constantly, so they must chew and gnaw what they find to prevent their teeth from growing in their skulls.
In 6 months, two mice can eat 4 pounds (1.80 kg) of food alone and contaminate 10 times that amount with urine and excrement. They also contaminate packaging and food contact surfaces with the 18,000 droppings they produce in six months.