Strange Critters Moving in to Your House?

We have been having a conversation in The Nut House Community about What is the worst critter you’ve ever found in your house? And there are plenty of crazy creepy things that end up in our houses. I have to say that most of them have given me chills and I just might have nightmares. That got me to thinking about a strange critter nest that my mother found in her car a last month. My parents were gone visiting my brother for a few days, and during that time a critter moved in. What made it even weirder, was that they didn’t even find it for over a week after they got back. We were on the phone with my mother when she found the nest, and when she described it, all I could think of was a small mouse nest. She emailed me a few pictures of the nest she found, I couldn’t believe how big it was. It was HUGE and not a small little mouse nest either.

It pretty much takes up most of the area under the hood of the car. We think we know what it might be. Any one have any ideas what might live in this nest?


20 Responses to Strange Critters Moving in to Your House?

  1. Kim Bauer on September 11, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Oh Man, Looks like you have a rats nest. Literally. We had the same thing happen in a van that stays parked in our driveway. The darn critters got in there and ate through all the electrical wires, so we had to have it fixed to the tune of a gazillion dollars.

    But the worst thing we found in our house was an oppossum skeleton. We were fixing some air conditioning ducts and tore open a wall in our laundry room. The man who was doing the demolition had to crawl into a tiny space to do this and came out screaming and white as a ghost. It was funny and disgusting at the same time.

    • Hazel Nut on September 13, 2010 at 11:31 am

      Oh man Kim, that poor guy, lol!

      Rodents can cost a pretty penny when they get into electrical in vehicles, that happened to me once years ago. They built a nest that stunk up my car for years! No matter what I did the car always smelled like mouse nest. I finally just had to get rid of it.

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