Did this bobcat die in the desert? No! A local golf course sand trap.

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I commonly extract dead animal carcasses from homes and property. The very animals that commonly invade houses die inside houses, and when they do, they create a very unpleasant odor as the carcass decays. The successful removal of deceased wildlife definitely requires experience and knowledge of building architecture and animal behavior. I've cut and pried open every nook and cranny imaginable to locate and remove rotting critter bodies. I am the best - I always find the animal, deodorize and decontaminate the area, and seal up the hole I've cut open. If you want to learn more, please read my How To Get Rid of Dead Animals page.

The Story of a Dead Bobcat - Anytime I get a call from someone asking me to clean up a carcass belonging to animals other possums, rats and squirrels, I can’t help but feel like dancing. As much as I love challenges, working with different animals is something I am always up for, regardless of how much I get paid for it (or in some cases, I can even do it for free). The case that I am going to talk about now is one that got me excited from the word go. For one, it was a dead bobcat and two, because I was supposed to clean it up from a golf course.

Unlike most of the jobs I have done, this one did not require my sniffing services. The dead bobcat was out there in the open, lying lifeless in one of the sand traps although the picture may give you the impression that I had to travel far and wide to the deserts of Africa to retrieve this one. What did surprise me about the whole scenario was that the cat had been dead for at least a few days, judging from its decomposing body, and it took the people around all those days to discover its carcass.

The poor cat had probably died either due to poisoning or just because it was time for him to leave. I got down to work and completed the first step of safely placing its dead body in the garbage disposal bag. Unlike the wild boar and the dead dog, this job was easier since the cat was much lighter. Once I cleared the area off the dead cat’s remnants, I did the routine cover up job with the debris so that any dead matter does not remain exposed or else it can spread germs and infections.

AAAnimal Control is a privately owned wildlife removal and pest control business, located in Orlando Florida. I deal strictly with wild animals including ones that have died inside houses. I am not an extermination company, but a critter removal and control specialist. The above photos are some of the many that I've taken in the field over my years of work. Please email me if you have any questions about the above photographs, or any questions about wildlife problems or dead animal removal issues.

Wildlife Photographs by David     Email me with questions: david@aaanimalcontrol.com     Residential & Commercial     Licensed & Insured