If you’ve never had wildlife nests on your property before, you probably don’t see what the big deal is. As long as they stay outside and keep to themselves, why not leave them alone? The problem is, they won’t. Animals need space to roam around and resources to consume just like everything else. They’ll look for these necessities near their homes--which means near your home. If an animal takes up residence near you, they could damage property, endanger your pets, or pose health risks. Then there’s always the chance the pest in question won’t be satisfied with their outdoor living accomodations. However bad you think a skunk or a raccoon is outside, wait until you find one in your attic! Here are four early signs that you may be sharing your space with a disruptive animal.