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How to catch a mouse without a mousetrap


Here's how I caught the critter:

  1. Get a toilet paper tube and crease two lines to form a flat sided tunnel.
  2. Put a treat on one end of the tube: A cracker and dab of peanut butter works great.
  3. Get a tall (at least 20 inches) bucket. A trash can works well.
  4. Balance the tube precariously on the edge of a table or counter with the treat hanging directly over the tall sided receptacle.
  5. The mouse will scurry to the treat (they like tunnels) and fall into the trap.

2 Responses to “How to catch a mouse without a mousetrap”

  1. # Blogger kassandra

    I hope you then let the little mouse free?
    Thanks, will try it at work where every so often we have a mouse problem, which they solve by spraying CHEMICALS all over the place. Not good for the mice or us.  

  2. # Blogger Loop

    ela kassa mou u know that i love animals .. my c-fish knows better xixixi  

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