Raccoons have a way of making quite the mess. This homeowner had an outbuilding used to house bird cages. When raccoons decided to take up residency in the loft, they left a large amount of feces behind. Raccoon feces can house a variety of infectious diseases. According to the CDC, diseases found in raccoon feces can include Baylisascaris procyonis, giardiasis, leptospirosis, and other bacterial diseases such as salmonella and e. coli. Baylisascaris procyonis is the roundowrm parasite which infects your central nervous system. Giardiasis is an infection that causes severe gastrointestinal symptoms. If you encounter wild animal feces in your home or business, it is best to have it professionally cleaned. Our technicians take the proper safety measures to not only protect themselves from disease, but also those who come in contact with the area after it has been cleaned.