“An owner of a French restaurant located in Edinburgh was fined last April 2013 after health inspectors found a decaying rat carcass in his kitchen near where food was being prepared. Rodents are known carriers of diseases like leptospirosis, lassa fever and HPS that have fatal consequences if left untreated.
Regardless of how Disney shows have portrayed rats in the kitchen, rodents impose a lot of danger especially when they reside near food supplies. A proof that they could cause wild scale fatalities is the Black Death, which occurred in the Middle Ages, where Europe lost a third of its population.
Homeowners and establishments alike should be proactive in acquiring the services of rodent control companies such as Skedaddle Wild Life. Armed with the latest technologies and techniques, they rid a customer’s property of infestation whilst giving tips on how to avoid recurrence.”