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Mouse Trap. Cat Can, the humane mouse trap that really works! Twin pack

2.2 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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  • Humane mouse trap
  • Simply put over the open end of a used food can (that's bait taken care of)
  • The one way door allows the mouse in, but not out again
  • Once the mouse is caught, you can easily release it etc.
  • Fits through your letterbox on delivery, no need to wait in or traipse to Post Office

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ASINB00354VIEK
Best Sellers Rank 30,718 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
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Date First Available19 Jan. 2010
  
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Product Description

Cat Can Humane Mouse Traps are brilliant. Recycle empty food tins into mouse traps: its reuseable, safe, non-toxic and effective. Just fit the cat can on the end of a used food can (we don't supply a tin, but beans seem to be a good bait for mice) and position the can in the area that the mouse is intruding. Check it every regularly. These traps are very effective and will often catch a mouse within one hour, you can see through the flap that a mouse is in there. If you leave it long enough, the cunning mouse will work out that it can chew its way out of the trap and to freedom! Also, this is a humane trap and it really is quite cruel to leave a mouse holed up in the trap for any longer than necessary. Release the mouse somewhere a long way away, job done. Two Cat Can traps in each pack. The pack is specifically designed to fit through most letterboxes. No need to go chasing round town to the Royal Mail delivery office or to wait in! Similar to our wasp catcher twin pack that turns empty food cans into the most effective wasp traps we've seen.




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A mouse got trapped.. then escaped within 2H00 by chewing the soft plastic near the door, making the latter fall off.. Reading the other feedbacks, I see that this is a common occurance with this specific product. That will teach me a lesson. I shall buy the "trip trap" next time. Our old one lasted for years... And don't bother with the yeoman's trap either ( the hinges never worked on ours ...)
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in fairness, we have managed to catch 2 mice using these traps, but overall i've found them more frustrating than anything else! the first trap was chewed to the point of the door falling off & the mouse escaping. the second we've had some success with, but the mice can very easily escape from it - i don't think even checking every 2-3hours would be frequent enough - you have to just be lucky enough to be near the trap when the mouse gets caught in it, otherwise they manage to escape quite quickly - i'm not convinced they even stop to eat the bait - i think they drag it out with them (or at least smudges of nutella on the trap door would suggest this ;o) even when i'm so fed up with the trap that i don't bait it, they're going in to have a wee look (mouse droppings left as evidence of their visit) and then coming right back out again! one of the mice i caught i found trying to open the trap by pulling on a convenient little 'handle' on the inside of the door with its teeth...

of course i might just have exceptionally clever mice sharing my home ;o)

only positive i can see at the moment is that our mice are so relaxed about the trap & so used to coming to get fed that hopefully when we get a trap that works they'll be lulled into thinking they can escape that as easliy. i'm thinking metal rather than plastic.....

ps. i've also tried a see-saw design humane trap & that was even less successful!
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Set both traps up in the kitchen in spots where we knew mice had definitely been. Unfortunately have been trying for two weeks now and not a single mouse caught, even though there have been other signs that they're definitely still around. Used baits like cheese, toast, peanut butter, as recomended. Waste of time for me.
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So we got the lids and we attached them to a tin and put some chocolate buttons inside. We planted the trap and waited. Good news is that the mouse fell for it! Bad news is we have some sort of super mouse who realised if he rolled the tin over then the door would open once it was upside down... Our Jerry is a crafty one.
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Don't waste your money - it does not work. The mice enter, eat the food, and leave by the helpful little plastic door. I also tried it with longer cans, but no success.
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These traps are great in theory, and do actually trap mice, the problem is, they are made of plastic, and as such, they can be easily chewed by the mouse trapped inside.
in a nutshell, we employed both of the traps, and both were chewed from the inside so the door fell off, needless to say, the mouse escaped.

it is very frustrating, because just a little improvement in quality of manufacture and materials would give a usable product.
as it is, they are useless.
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this product is rubbish,it only serves as a covered dining hall for mice,they can enter and exit as they please
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It certainly worked, our 'mouse' went in. Sadly, it turned out to be a young rat, and they are extremely intelligent. It only took him an hour to get in, and then gnaw his way out again. Well, not gnaw all the way through, but enough to get a grip on it and pull it open.

Perfect product, if only the 'cat flap' mechanism were weighted somehow, or sealed shut with magnetic strips,
or something!
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