MKG wrote: in which small animals can find shelter, insects, worms, and have a fag in complete safety.
Mustardseedmama wrote:Not having much trouble with mice so far this fall---the drought must've inhibited (re)production this year. Plus we currently have three cats.
When we do have one in the house I usually set up a bucket trap and "relocate" them within a couple of days. I keep Victor "clothespin" traps in the pantry at all times...gotta check them every day though.
niknik wrote:whats a bucket trap?? or cictor clothespin trap??
Mustardseedmama wrote:Victor clothespin traps are an easily set mousetrap that sets by squeezing the back end together. You dab a little peanut butter in the "roof" of the trap and set it down where mice run. Works really well, and it looks like a big clothespin, hence the name.
I have images of those panino grills being used on micediggernotdreamer wrote:my friend has them in her hot press
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