Mouse Trap – Humane – No Kill – Catch and Release
Luckily, we have only needed to use these mousetraps once at Hocking Hills in Ohio.
We caught two mice two nights in a row. Yep, that’s four of those little guys. They were probably sweet young couples looking for cheap digs to start a lil’ family. What’s weird is they didn’t go for many foods that one would think mice would go for … they bypassed the pasta, oatmeal, cornmeal, and dog food and chewed open a package of seaweed. Go figure.
After we caught the little squatters, we drove a few miles into the wilderness and released them safely in an area with similar surroundings.
The instructions on the trap were easy to follow and there was really no hassle or mess at all. We just cleaned the traps and put them away for the next time. Having these traps onboard give us peace of mind.
Here’s a short video of the release of one little couple.
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