Imagine entering your living room after a long tiring day to find a bat zooming over your head, reminding you of all the creepy horror movies you have ever watched. We sure do not want those nasty creatures inside our homes, with all their horrible wings, demon like eyes and formidable color. They belong to the caves that they haunt. It is enough bearing them on the television screens. Worst of all, you might just catch rabies from them. Frustrated out of this rat phobia, we found some tips for keeping them out of your place. They proved to be simply awesome! Remember, the best way is to drive them out and to do that, make an exit way for them through a window or door. Turn the lights on so they know they are spotted, making them panic and look for ways to get out. The worst part is when you are unlucky enough to play host to the bat even after minutes of trying to get it out.
First of all, lock all your pets in their cages or in a room while getting rid of the bat in your house. The war between you and the rat might just frighten them.
Put on your safety gloves (prevents from rabies) and get hold of a container (a shoebox perhaps) to trap the bat in.
Take a worn out towel that you can dispense with. Wait for the bat to settle down. It can choose a wall or ceiling. When it does, throw the towel over it so that it cannot escape.
Grab the bat and put it into the box. Cover it with a lid or towel.
Release the bat outside your house.
Throw away the box and towel and wash your hands with an antiseptic.
Hug your pets. You just got rid of an intruder!