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    Anyone know how to get rid of the little bleeders ?

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    A cat

    Traps?

    mice traps

    Sledgehammer Think real life whack a mole...but with mice!

    Use chocolate on a mouse trap, i tried to use cheese but chocolate does the trick - dairy milk lol!

    I got one of those plug in sonic thingys (from Wilkinson about £10 from memory) and within a couple of weeks the little terrors had disappeared and haven't had any since............

    Deoderant. Lighter. Solid aim.

    poison along their routes.

    just hope they're mice and not great ugly rats!

    mouse traps and a little bit of choccie biccie on it should work wonders, all depends how many you have though, if that isnt you thing i know most councils will come out and sort it out for you and doesnt cost too much (cost my mum abt £30 for council to get rid of the rat problem she had)

    I got frustrated trying to catch one humanely to put outside and so when it ran behind the computer on the floor, I pushed the computer against the wall in anger and **SPLAT**

    Total accident but after 2 hours of getting nowhere I was just glad to have it gone any old way

    I know, eat it

    Ring the Council, they'll send an environmental health guy to put some yummy poison down for the little darlings.

    When I asked about having cats (we have 4!), he told me I'd been watching too much Tom & Jerry :giggle:

    pied piper? keep an eye on youy kids tho...

    Lots of poison and traps.And make sure you disinfect everywhere especially kitchen worktops before you prepare food.Mice pee every few seconds.

    have you thought of just sitting them down, letting them know your feelings and politely asking them to leave?

    piece of ham and an air rifle?

    warfarin in bread? makes them bleed to death

    Original Poster

    WOW ! Thanks for all ideas , i to bought the JML thingys , what a waste of money ! sent them back & got refund .

    i wonder if the wilkinsons one mentioned are any better ?
    i dont have a cat , live near a field , dont think will ever get rid of them , told there field MICE !

    hate the little bleeders !

    TAH-M;6490441

    I got one of those plug in sonic thingys (from Wilkinson about £10 from … I got one of those plug in sonic thingys (from Wilkinson about £10 from memory) and within a couple of weeks the little terrors had disappeared and haven't had any since............



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    traps with peanut butter as the bait works everytime

    we had them in our garage we tried leaving cats in there no gbut this didnt help so for the last three weeks have been putting poisen down havent seen no sign of them for a week and a half so hopefully they have gone now touch wood

    buy a snake, that will eat them

    ours were field mice and I caught several in traps (UGH!) over the course of a week.
    The sonic thing I initially thought DIDN'T work, but then suddenly after 2-3 days , no more in the traps - and 15 months on, still none...................

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    warfarin in bread? makes them bleed to death



    You mean Warburtons

    Original Poster

    the sonic thing ,

    was it the wilkinson one or could i ask where you got it , thanks for all ideas !

    a good cat for mice and a jack russell for rats, dumping poison around is not good.
    If it is an infestation then the council will help but do charge...
    If you use traps then you must check them regularly, dead vermin does not smell good :thumbsup:
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