Michigan Bat Control, Inc.

We offer feral cat trapping services in the following cities in Livingston County, MI: Argentine, Brighton, Fowlerville, Hartland, Howell, Pinckney, Whitmore Lake, and surrounding Livingston county areas. 

A More In Depth Look Into Feral Cats



Feral Cat Trapping
Feral cats should be trapped and relocated. All of our feral cat trapping is done humanely in live havaheart traps to prevent the cats from damaging their face. We don't do anything with domestic cats.  Please call your counties animal control service.  This is generally is a free service. We only remove nuisance wildlife cats.  The cats are removed just like most wildlife in live traps.  
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Feral Cat Trapping Services

Feral Cat Capture and Relocation 

We trap every type of nuisance wildlife, and feral cats are no different. We are a safe and humane feral cat relocation company. Any cats trapped will be relocated within the county removed to prevent the spread of diseases. All cats are relocated at a safe distance to prevent the animals return. We provide wild cat trapping and Relocation for all of Livingston County. 


Local Wild Cat Trapper Serving Livingston County, MI


Feral Cat trapping requires some skill, patience and experience. There are some things you must know when trying to trap nuisance cats from your home. Its not as simple as buying a live trap and filling it full of bait, then waiting for the cat to enter the trap.  We take pride in catching all of your nuisance wild cats in a timely fashion but sometimes it does take patients.  We always go for the target animal and never charge for non targeted animals.  Trapping cats requires some knowledge to catch the wanted cat from their disturbance areas.
Intro to Feral Cats
Here Kitty Kitty!".... STOP. Feral cats are not your basic house cat. They were born in the wild and have no early contact with humans. Feral cats are different from stray cats. Strays typically have lost their way from home and have had previous contact with humans. There are millions of feral cats and can be a real nuisance concern.


Feral or wild cats in Michigan cause home owners to become very frustrated. Feral cats are cats who look exactly like your every day house cat. The only difference between wild cats and house cats is they are untamed and considered wild animals. 

Feral Cat Nuisance Concerns

​Feral Cats can live under decks, in sheds, and even move into your garage.  They are often found on the front door of homes because of people feeding them. They have many nuisance behaviors such as urinating and defecating in someone's yard or garden, digging in someones yard, jumping on cars, and harassing your house cat. Wild cats can turn mean and lash out at people, scratch and bite them. Not your average house cat!
Our Nuisance Feral Cat Procedure and Pricing

Feral Cat trapping is the best and really only method to get rid of them. Charging for feral cat trapping is much like trapping raccoon"s, squirrels, or skunks.  We charge a set up fee/inspection to come out to your home to survey the property and strategically set traps. Depending on the location of your home you may expect to pay an inspection fee of $90-$125. Typically for feral cats we charge a per animal cost or we may charge a per trip charge. per animal cost could be anywhere from $60-$100 depending on the placement of the traps and location of your property. Trip charges depend on the location of your property. This is the method we usually use for feral cats. This cost is usually cheaper than the initial service call. At an added cost once the feral cats are trapped and removed we can also screen off decks or fill in holes to keep them from returning. For free detailed quote fill out our contact form today.