Catcha 2 Piece Humane Smart Mouse Trap Live Catch and Release Rodents, Safe Around Children and Pets
Información del producto
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The humane way to remove unwanted mice! Catcha live mouse traps are a great alternative to snap traps or pesticides, allowing you to capture mice without killing them. How to catch a mouse? Place the bait (the recommended bait for this trap is beauty butter in a small compartment on one end, with open holes facing towards the inside of the trap. This lures the mouse inside, where the smell is coming from; open the gate on the another end, when mouse moving to the opiate end to access the bait, the mouse's weight moves to the far side of the fulcrum and triggers the trap, the gate closes; once you have the mouse captured, you can take the entire trap outdoors and lift the food compartment to open the trap. Then the mouse will run out; check the trap frequently as these mice can dehydrate of suffocate to death if left in the trap for a few days.
Detalles del producto
- Marca: Catcha
- Autografiado: No
- Memorabilia: No
- Peso del artículo (libras): 0.6
- Dimensiones del artículo (pulgadas): 3.5 x 4.9 x 2.72
- Peso del empaque (libras): 0.75
- Dimensiones del empaque (pulgadas): 7.01 x 5 x 2.72
- ✅EFFECTIVE: Catcha no kill mouse trap with a spring door that closes once the mouse go inside to eat the bait which you set. Once the door closes, the mouse can't get out until you open it up;
- ✅EXTREMELY SAFE: No poison; No glue; No touching mice or any dropping so no risk of disease; Safe around children and pets; Especially suitable for using at home.
- ✅EASY TO USE: Simply place the peanut butter in the compartment and open the spring door. When mice are caught alive and unharmed, all you have to do is take the trap out to a wooded area and release the mouse.
- ✅REUSEABLE & ECONOMY: After releasing the mice, clean the mouse trap and set it again. It can be used over and over.
- ✅EXTREMELY HUMANE: No kill animals, endorsed by Humane Societies and Animal Rights Organizations in the U.S. and Worldwide.