One survey found nearly 3 in 10 homes in the U.S. have rodents. In the northeast, 35 percent of survey respondents reported a rodent infestation, the highest percentage in any geographic area.
Neighbors and the local city councilman have called on the city to step up its efforts, as a park in Woodside, Queens remains overrun with rats.
Neighbors in Park Slope, Brooklyn, have launched a petition to evict a chicken coop that recently added eight more birds to its community garden.
The folks in the Garden State are feeling encroached upon by those gray, nut-gathering rodents.
Finding out that rodents and pests have gotten into your garbage can be a frustrating experience for any homeowner.
Residents in Springfield Gardens, Queens say that their neighbor’s yard has become a prime site for illegal garbage dumping and a home for rats and raccoons.
One YouTube user however has gone to dramatic new lengths to document the trouble in the park. He created a horror movie-like video depicting the vivacious vermin vectoring voraciously.
The NYPD has been commended for a new method to catch trespassers – the small, furry ones running loose at the headquarters of the nation’s largest department.
It’s an unsavory topic and parents, on the whole, didn’t want to discuss it. Some questioned how big a deal this is.