• litteriver

    Happened this morning!!! Working the night shift. After using the toilette and showering, I laid down for a rest. Wife woke me an hour later saying something was in the toilet splashing around and our cat was freaking out. She was in the bathroom sorting laundry at the time when our cat approached the toilet for a look with the LID DOWN when the creature started splashing around in the toilet scaring her and the cat . I was woken to investigate. I cautiously opened THE LID only to find three large black rodent droppings and nothing else. He must have left the same way he entered for I found no sign of water on the exterior of the toilet. I suspect the odor of my bowel movement must have led the creature to my door this morning. I good bleaching is in order. I am thinking one of those auto toilet cleaners with bleach may deter them.

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    Ooooh, I’m in trouble then if bowell movements bring em in…… Save some bleach for me.

  • Angela

    I had a rat come out of my toilet twice this year so far. Never thought this could happen. We all feaked! After the first time, I told my kids:What are the odds of something like that happening twice? Boy I was wrong, cause it just happend again last weekend. Now mu husband will put some screening over the cleanout on the roof. I hope that will do the trick!

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    I hope so too…..

  • Julie

    A live adult bird found its way into my commode today. Any explanations? I’ve heard of other animals making their way through the pipes, but not a bird. It splashed around awhile ( while I tried to figure out how it got there and how to get it out) and then died. It made a mess with all the splashing.

  • Multiflap

    We already have such a product please visit http://www.snake-rat-frog-in-toilet.com

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    I don’t normally let links slip through but I think your product may help the folks who have this phenomenon.

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    That would be one for the record books

  • iwod

    I want to ask do rats have a tendency to move/go up to as high up as possible. This isn’t coming from Toilet but normal apartments stairs.

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    Roof rats do but Norway rats aren’t especially known for it. Norway/Sewer rats would be the ones in plumbing—up or down wouldn’t be a problem nor stairs.

  • runnerroll

    WRONG, it happened to me last night. I flushed the toilet at the neighborhood clubhouse. Waited for the water to go down, it wasn’t, thought I’d have to find a plunger (I just peed) and a huge, and I mean huge, rat came up from the toilet, swimming in my pee. I think you could hear the screams a mile away. I’m still traumatized. One of the guys killed it (it was still in the toilet) and disposed of it. Yes, it came up from the toilet.

  • runnerroll

    WRONG, it happened to me last night. I flushed the toilet at the neighborhood clubhouse (built in 1996). Waited for the water to go down, it wasn’t, thought I’d have to find a plunger (I just peed) and a huge, and I mean huge, rat came up from the toilet, swimming in my pee. I think you could hear the screams a mile away. I’m still traumatized. One of the guys killed it (it was still in the toilet) and disposed of it. Yes, it came up from the toilet. And the guy who killed it said it was about 10 inches long, not counting the tail.

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    I bet you’ll be looking where you ‘pee’ before you sit down now for a long time to come.

  • Einat

    I left my apartment because I found a rat emerging from my toilet. Aparently he lived both in my apartment and the sewage for a few months…

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    Not fun for sure…

  • Bloom

    Second time it’s happened to me this year in the same lower floor toilet. Gone for the weekend, bathroom door tightly shut, toilet lid down, I lifted the lid to find a medium-sized rat staring back at me. The only plausible explanation is that it came through the pipes, which seems entirely reasonable given rats’ extraordinary swimming abilities.

  • http://pestcemetery.com The Bug Doctor

    ;0

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