New Zealand invention helping in war on "COVID-19 Rats"

Rat Sightings Have Increased By Over 50% In U.S. Cities During Pandemic
By: Automatic Trap
SAN FRANCISCO - May 28, 2020 - PRLog -- cross the United States, hungry and desperate rats continue to search for their next meal. The COVID-19 pandemic has eliminated trash and restaurant leftovers rats have come to rely on for food. The outcome has been what some are calling a "Ratpocalypse," or mass migration of aggressive and desperate rats to residential communities.. These "Covid-19 Rats" are targeting household trash, gardens, and backyard chicken coops as their new food source, and the CDC warns that rodent activity will increase if homeowners don't take preventative action now.

Rat Sightings Have Increased By Over 50% In U.S. Cities During Pandemic

Homeowners are quickly looking for solutions to protect their homes from the irrevocable property damage rats can inflict and shield their families from the sepathogen carrying rodents. A​automatic trap Company,​ a California importer, has seen a massive increase in demand for the New Zealand made A24 Rat & Mousetrap.

Over 50,000 Americans are already using this trapping technology that has only been available for the last 5 years in the U.S. Automatic Trap has seen traffic on its website increase over 70% in the last month with trap sales up 65%.

The unique trap is a CO2-powered machine that is self-resetting, using a compressed gas mechanism to humanely dispatch Rats and/or Mice. Automatic Trap Company's owner Blair Calder originally brought the product to the U.S from New Zealand where it was developed as a conservation tool​ to fight invasive rodents that threaten local bird populations.

"People want a solution that can be left unattended -- they are tired of setting and checking traps all the time. People also want something that wouldn't be dangerous to pets, wildlife, and children. The A24 is a perfect solution: an automatic device that offers a more humane solution without the use of toxins." - Blair Calder

Don't Risk Your Family's Safety: Rat Poisons Endanger 10,000 Children Every Year in the U.S.

With reports of California wildlife such as raptors, bobcats, and mountain lions as well as household pets and even children being exposed to ​secondary poisoning​ from rodenticides (rat poisons), a new demand for toxin-free rodent control has arisen. With the "Ratpocalypse" continuing to sweep through residential America, the A24 is positioned as a new and automatic way to fight back the COVID-19 rat swarms, without poisons.

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