Chicago — Chicago has once again regained the top spot on the list that no city wants to join.
Windy City has been named the “harshest city” in the country for the seventh consecutive year. According to Orkin’s annual survey.
Los Angeles, New York, Washington and San Francisco continue to be in the top five. Baltimore inching to 6th place and Cleveland in the top 10.
Orkin evaluates the city by the number of new rodent treatments it performs each year. The pest control company said the pandemic-related closures made the situation worse. Rats find food in few places, and some jurisdictions report increased rodent activity as they seek new food sources.
Chicago has been trying to reduce rat populations for years.
May, WGN first reported The Tree House Humane Society used stray cats to help fight this problem. Since 2012, shelters have placed more than 1,000 stray cats on the streets of Chicago as an alternative to environmentally safe poisons.
The story became viral. Even the local clothing store, Reagan, urged us to create a mouse-to-cat shirt, The Battle of the Century. Part of T-shirt sales Tree House Animal Humane Society..
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Chicago has been named the “harshest city” for the seventh consecutive year
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