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This live mouse trap allows the live capture and release of a mouse without harming it.
Safe and simple, it can be used again and again.
Safe to use around children and pets.

Similiar in black colour costs £4.49 at Home base
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1 Like #1
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Edited By: furion1985 on Dec 09, 2015 20:15: .
14 Likes #2
Thanks, dual use as the kids have been asking for a pet for Christmas...
7 Likes #3
Would these catch flamedeer too (_;)
4 Likes #4
Bargain. My pet snakes can have live food at last.
1 Like #5
I had a live mouse trap. Thought it was the most humane way to catch the little blighters in my garage. It caught one, but certainly not humanely as the poor thing defecated, had a heart attack and died whilst inside! :(
9 Likes #6
chuckiedoll
I had a live mouse trap. Thought it was the most humane way to catch the little blighters in my garage. It caught one, but certainly not humanely as the poor thing defecated, had a heart attack and died whilst inside! :(


​Well you have to take it out within 12 months ;)
1 Like #7
Capture & release to neighbour from hell or if you got good neighbours, use mouse glue boards & baseball bat.
#8
chuckiedoll
I had a live mouse trap. Thought it was the most humane way to catch the little blighters in my garage. It caught one, but certainly not humanely as the poor thing defecated, had a heart attack and died whilst inside! :(


Yeah, you have to check it daily. Not weekly.
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have used the black version of these, they aren't humane. You're supposed to check them every 6 hours. After the first few days you stop checking, you forget it's up there. the next thing you'll hear is what sounds like a rat jumping around the attic. You'll spend the next 2 days thinking you need a rat trap instead. You finally remember what you put there, you go up and check the mouse trap to find a mouse hardly breathing having **** and **** itself. You hit yourself in the face shouting WHY DIDN'T I JUST GET THE SNAP TRAP INSTEAD>>>WHYYYYYY....WHYYYYY!!!???"

edit: having used the snap traps, sometimes the mice lose their heads...it's not pretty.


Edited By: howdiefellas on Dec 09, 2015 21:18
1 Like #10
sharkmark
Thanks, dual use as the kids have been asking for a pet for Christmas...

That comment has made my day X)
#11
Used these for a couple of weeks with little success. As sad as it may be we switched to proper snap traps and caught several straight away and solved problem before any damage was caused.
#12
the__cat
chuckiedoll
I had a live mouse trap. Thought it was the most humane way to catch the little blighters in my garage. It caught one, but certainly not humanely as the poor thing defecated, had a heart attack and died whilst inside! :(
​Well you have to take it out within 12 months ;)

qwerta369
chuckiedoll
I had a live mouse trap. Thought it was the most humane way to catch the little blighters in my garage. It caught one, but certainly not humanely as the poor thing defecated, had a heart attack and died whilst inside! :(
Yeah, you have to check it daily. Not weekly.
Was checked within a few hours of it being set off.
No idea why mousey perished so gloomily!?
Resorted to the old fashioned in-humane type and much less suffering for future mice! ;)
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good find op, heat
#14
Seeing as I can't get pie face for the kids for Xmas this will have to do, I used to love mouse trap when I was a nipper! Cheers op
#15
Seeing as I can't get pie face for the kids for Xmas this will have to do, I used to love mouse trap when I was a nipper! Cheers op
#16
Caught a mouse in one of these and by the time someone came to help deal with the mouse it had walked back out :|
#17
These work great! x
#18
I have used these to great effect in the past. Caught a number of the blighters. Just remember to release the mouse over a mile away. Believe me, they can find their way back. I used chocolate as bait.
#19
Have some heat - good price! The last time I used a snap trap it caught it's hind leg (!) and ran across the floor still attached to the trap!
#20
Had these before, triggered a few times but no sign of a mouse, then i opened up to peek in and the wee **** jumped out in my direction. Wee bit of pee pee came out, I can tell you. After that if it triggered i shook it into a box.
#21
If you release a mouse far away it will probably be attacked and killed by other mice, sometimes
humane isnt really humane.
#22
These look a cheap option, so worth buying , but if you leave the back door open and a family comes in they soon multiply and chew anything in sight . Peanut butter makes the best bate with bread crumbs.

Find out where there runs are, like along a skirting if in a room and place along the run. Some blighters are wary of anything new, so with snap traps it is best to leave them a couple days unset, before you spring them into position.
I found the best way is to buy mouse and rat poison from Wilko, their own brand version, is just as good as any other but cheaper.
Other methods are ultra sonic scarers and the electrocution type trap which gives them several high voltage shocks.. These boxes are also battery operated for portability as well as mains and are cheapest when bought from China, the usual companies mentioned here who supply electronic goods.

Also some vesrions of the 99p shop sell the glue traps, which work out cheaper than ebay,but overall I would recommend Wilko poison placed in any small saucer or dish with bread.

Double bag the dead ones and place in the black bin, not the brown recyclying bin.
1 Like #23
Release it and it will be back within the hour
#24
Seriously who gives a damn about pests? If I has a problem with mice I would just want them dead.
#25
Catch & starve
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Proveright
These look a cheap option, so worth buying , but if you leave the back door open and a family comes in they soon multiply and chew anything in sight . Peanut butter makes the best bate with bread crumbs.

Find out where there runs are, like along a skirting if in a room and place along the run. Some blighters are wary of anything new, so with snap traps it is best to leave them a couple days unset, before you spring them into position.
I found the best way is to buy mouse and rat poison from Wilko, their own brand version, is just as good as any other but cheaper.
Other methods are ultra sonic scarers and the electrocution type trap which gives them several high voltage shocks.. These boxes are also battery operated for portability as well as mains and are cheapest when bought from China, the usual companies mentioned here who supply electronic goods.

Also some vesrions of the 99p shop sell the glue traps, which work out cheaper than ebay,but overall I would recommend Wilko poison placed in any small saucer or dish with bread.

Double bag the dead ones and place in the black bin, not the brown recyclying bin.


​interesting to read but it makes more sense to set them than leave then unset.
#27
They say cats solve mouse problems but ours creates a mouse problem by bringing them in live to play with on the kitchen floor.
#28
These should be banned you are just moving the problem on to someone else. Big cheese traps from Amazon much better option. Mice and rats cause damage and spread disease so these really are not a sensible option.
#29
Heat added! X)
#30
It's actually illegal to release some pests back into the wild! Don't know if mice are on that pest list but you should probably check first.
#31
Hollowpoint
It's actually illegal to release some pests back into the wild! Don't know if mice are on that pest list but you should probably check first.

Maybe you're talking about non native species.



Edited By: QuickProfits on Dec 10, 2015 13:08: l
1 Like #32
LondonLass
Had these before, triggered a few times but no sign of a mouse, then i opened up to peek in and the wee **** jumped out in my direction. Wee bit of pee pee came out, I can tell you. After that if it triggered i shook it into a box.

Had the same experience - mice are so light you just think the trap is empty when you pick it up!

We drove ours to a park to release them, where no doubt they were promptly eaten by foxes...

David Mitchell on the subject:

https://youtu.be/WNaXguD7tFM
#33
One-way is looking to stock up on these X) Heat added and thanks for posting ;)
#34
Can anyone confirm if these are national? I asked in Harlow B&M and they said they only stock mouse traps in the summer as it is a seasonal item. When I mentioned the deal here I was told one store must have found a box left over!

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