Jungle-Taming/Cat Rescue (GET YOUR JUNGLE TAMING HERE! WANT YOUR YARD TO BE USEABLE NEXT SPRING? THE BEST TIME TO CLEAN YOUR NATURAL AREAS IS BEFORE THE LEAVES FALL. WE CAN MAKE YOUR WOODS LIKE A PARK BY REMOVING SAPLINGS AND UNDERGROWTH, BRAMBLE AND POISON IVY. BUT NOT IF WE CAN'T SEE IT. SO CALL TODAY PLEASE. WE DO NOT OVERBOOK AND ARE READY TO WORK TO GET YOUR YARD INTO SHAPE). PLEASE CALL MARK: 919-968-9469 THAT'S (919)-YOU-WINZ! THANK YOU! (posted 8/29/17)
*JUNGLE-TAMING: Now that Spring has sprung, is your yard-jungle rearing its thick, thorny head? Give Perry Tree Service a call to schedule a walk-through. They're free and I'll do the hard part. This is a great time to jungle-tame because everything has bloomes that's going to bloom and we can identify culprits from keepers. Call Mark 919-968-9469 to schedule your free consult today! What is Jungle - Taming? Read on: The clean up of wooded, natural areas and overgrown landscapes. Usually includes removal of vines, thorny bramble, dead/dying trees, undesirable saplings, fallen trees etc. This is difficult work sometimes--when there's a lot of thorny bramble etc. But, it's also very satisfying because it makes such a major difference ("shock-value," is what we call the sight of a client seeing our jungle-taming results for the first time!) in the appearance of your natural area(s). Not only can you play in your yard again, but it keeps the value of your property up and the risk of getting bitten by a thorn down.
CAT RESCUE: This is my most rewarding job. I understand the torture a cat parent goes through because I've seen it twenty-four times. 24 and I haven't lost one. (Two have jumped, but were unharmed. One was a stray who jumped because he wasn't tame. This was at the Chapel Hill Botanical Gardens around 5:30 pm and all the dog walkers showing up didn't help matters. Some good Samaritans on the ground got my tarp out of the truck (I knew he was gonna jump), asked the dog walkers to back off for a minute and the cat landed in the tarp. The other cat belonged to a client/friend and climbed too high (she also had been stuck only 48 hours, which seems like an eternity, but the cat is still strong and defensive at 48 hrs.) and the top of the tree bent over and she jumped. It was very high--fifty-five feet, but she hit soft sod and was unharmed! I've also put a baby owl back in his nest (before he could imprint!) while Ma and Pa watched from different vantage points. I was doubly rewarded when I saw his sibling, which I didn't know existed. Four feet from the nest (I was in a cherry-picker) he jumped out of my hands, flapped hard and landed into his sibling and they started to play. Unfortunately, I only have pictures of him in his APS crate. I will post them as soon as I can scan them. BACK TO CAT RESCUE: IF YOU NEED YOUR CAT RESCUED FROM A TREE, I WOULD VENTURE A GUESS THAT I AM THE MOST EXPERIENCED IN THE AREA. JUST CALL ME; MARK @ (919) 968-9469