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Pest-stop Squirrel Cage Trap - £14.34 (Prime) £18.83 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Pest-stop Squirrel Cage Trap - £14.34 (Prime) £18.83 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

£14.34£16.7314%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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Product Description:

Pest-Stop’s squirrel trap is a high quality, tough, galvanised steel cage designed for the humane trapping of squirrels and other similar size pests. It is highly effective at trapping squirrels due to the reliable trip-plate mechanism, and has plenty of room so as not to cause undue harm to the pest. The trap requires no assembly and is easy to use - simply bait the trap and set - with a carry handle for easy transportation. Please note: It is illegal to release captured live grey squirrels back into the wild. The captured squirrel should be humanely killed. For further information, contact DEFRA or the RSPCA. Pest-Stop is the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality pest control products. We are serious about pest control and offer a comprehensive range of specially designed products to successfully prevent, deter and remove garden and household pests.

Box Contains:
A traditional device fore the humane trapping of squirrels or similar sized pests. Doors at each end close when the intruder takes the bait, safely trapping it inside. Fully galvanised to resist rust. Instructions are included. Please note that you are not allowed to release grey squirrels back into the wild in this country

Features & details:
Humanely traps squirrels
Can also be used for rats and similar sized pests
Doors at each end to entice the squirrel
Galavanised steel to resist rust
Carry handle for transportation
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11 Comments
Is drowning humane?
Taste a bit like Rabbit
Looks like these really aren't worth the hassle; telegraph.co.uk/new…tml

"Under the 2006 Animal Welfare Act, once an animal is under the responsibility of a human they have a duty not to cause unnecessary harm. ‘Pests’ like the grey squirrel can be killed in a ‘humane way’, such as a blow to the back of the head or shooting, but drowning or beating the animal to death is illegal."
spongefactory25/11/2019 11:20

Looks like these really aren't worth the hassle; …Looks like these really aren't worth the hassle; https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/earthnews/7898494/Hundreds-face-fines-for-killing-squirrels.html"Under the 2006 Animal Welfare Act, once an animal is under the responsibility of a human they have a duty not to cause unnecessary harm. ‘Pests’ like the grey squirrel can be killed in a ‘humane way’, such as a blow to the back of the head or shooting, but drowning or beating the animal to death is illegal."


Guess you could get a air gun instead, that’s 100% legal:
Hope this works on the rat we've got coming in our garden from under our neighbour's decking as it is eating our hedgehog's food!
spongefactory25/11/2019 11:20

Looks like these really aren't worth the hassle; …Looks like these really aren't worth the hassle; https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/earthnews/7898494/Hundreds-face-fines-for-killing-squirrels.html"Under the 2006 Animal Welfare Act, once an animal is under the responsibility of a human they have a duty not to cause unnecessary harm. ‘Pests’ like the grey squirrel can be killed in a ‘humane way’, such as a blow to the back of the head or shooting, but drowning or beating the animal to death is illegal."


If thas shooting em tha dunt need a trap
Brothers xmas present sorted thanks
would this work for magpies
lovely bit of squirrel
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