You don’t have to contribute to cruelty with this reusable
humane trap that allows you to catch mice and release them back to
nature. Safe and effective, you can catch unwanted rodents in your
home and let them go in the outdoors without harming them,
extending the circle of compassion to creatures most people treat
poorly. Each kit contains one humane trap and instruction booklet
on how to mouse-proof your home. $13.99 each.
Best humane trap
From Anonymous of Third Lake, Illinois on 9/15/2014.
By far the BEST humane mouse trap on the market - easy to check and release - relocated about 2 dozen mice to my backyard last year after I had mouse proofed the house.
From Anonymous of Phoenix, Arizona on 2/22/2014.
I love it. . .the mice love it . . .we all win! I think regular mousetraps are just one of those things that should be outlawed -- I'm sure I must have unresolved psychological issues from seeing mice die in those things as a kid LOL. I have pet mice right now (Binky and Nibs) and more than ever I have come to appreciate how smart and loving (yes, they love to be petted like a dog) mice really are. Please purchase this "trap"! It is amazing!
14 mice and counting
From Shannon Shamp of Cincinnati, Ohio on 5/16/2013.
First of all, let me say I'm really disturbed by the product review written by The A/V Guy. What is he doing on a vegan website? How cruel! Anyway, these things work wonders. Read the instructions and heed the warnings of the reviewer who said these shouldn't be used to catch voles (that poor vole) but these are great! By placing a bit of food inside the contraption we were able to catch and release 14 mice. Mouse #14 chewed on the door so the door was no longer able to catch on the internal latch. But 14 mice caught and released for just $11.95 is a fantastic deal!
From Lisa of Lakewood, New Jersey on 10/18/2011.
I have used this mouse trap for a few years, in my parents house, my apartment, friends' houses and the school where I work. It has always worked.However, I recently used it in the school to catch a vole. I had previously used it to catch voles. But this time, the vole got his nose (they have long noses) caught under the hinged door and snapped his neck apparently trying to get free. I had checked the trap maybe a hour previously so it wasn't as though he was in there long. What a horrible way to die. I feel bad that I contributed to his death. Readers and users beware! Do not use for voles!!!!
From The A/V Guy of Carson City, Nevada on 3/17/2011.
Our barn cat has grown old and lazy. With this trap, I can bring the mice to her so she won't have to go too far to complete Nature's food chain. Great idea!!
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