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Ultrasonic Mouse Repellent

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After some help and advise. We have a pet rabbit in our garden and it seems to be attracting a friendly mouse . The mouse actually goes and sits in the hutch with the rabbit. However the hutch is v… Read More
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
After some help and advise.
We have a pet rabbit in our garden and it seems to be attracting a friendly mouse .
The mouse actually goes and sits in the hutch with the rabbit.
However the hutch is very close to our rear door and the last thing i want is a mouse in the house!
Anyone know where I can get hold of a Ultrasonic Mouse (and cat if possible) repellent.
I also have a lizard in the house so obviously dont want to upset that either.
Any help or advise most welcme.
Cheers
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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i think there is a warning on the mouse ones that states , gerbils , hamesters rabbits etc will kill them.
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gamesrus
i think there is a warning on the mouse ones that states , gerbils , hamesters rabbits etc will kill them.


Really...wow
Best check should i find one
Cheers rep added :thumbsup:
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gamesrus
i think there is a warning on the mouse ones that states , gerbils , hamesters rabbits etc will kill them.


:lol: bit OTT won't kill them, it's just a really high pitched annoying sound
1 Like #4
If you can't find one that's safe for small animals, maybe consider a friendly mouse trap? As long as you put it near the rabbit hutch but not in it, it should catch the mouse pretty much straight away. I had a mouse and it completely freaked me out, but I don't like killing things so I got one of these traps:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=20001&partNumber=121448&Trail=searchtext>MOUSE+TRAP

I put some peanut butter on the end of the trap, although not too much or the mouse's weight wont be enough to jog the balance and shut the door behind it. You just then drive it 2 miles away (at least 2 miles - I thought this was pants and took it about half a mile away and the stupid thing came back the next day !!) and hopefully jobs a good 'un :thumbsup:
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Charlie&Lola
If you can't find one that's safe for small animals, maybe consider a friendly mouse trap? As long as you put it near the rabbit hutch but not in it, it should catch the mouse pretty much straight away. I had a mouse and it completely freaked me out, but I don't like killing things so I got one of these traps:

http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=20001&partNumber=121448&Trail=searchtext>MOUSE+TRAP

I put some peanut butter on the end of the trap, although not too much or the mouse's weight wont be enough to jog the balance and shut the door behind it. You just then drive it 2 miles away (at least 2 miles - I thought this was pants and took it about half a mile away and the stupid thing came back the next day !!) and hopefully jobs a good 'un :thumbsup:


lol did he have the same clothes on? how do you know its the same mouse :w00t:
#6
kungfu
lol did he have the same clothes on? how do you know its the same mouse :w00t:


It had the same evil look in its eyes and had it's suitcase with him :-D
1 Like #7
We had this before we got a cat and kept back garden and house clear of anything bigger than a spider. Then we unplugged it when we got a cat, the cat brought a mouse in and lost the mouse so we plugged it in. Not a good idea at all. Cats hate it.
1 Like #8
We had a few mice that moved in with our rabbit. They never got in the house even though the hutch was on the path just outside the door. Never occurred to me to do anything about them - and they ate the bits of food the rabbit didn't like!
1 Like #9
:giggle:I wouldn't worry about the mice just be sure it doesn't get too friendly with ur rabbit ( i mean breeding like a rabbit ) could you imagine the offspring?

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