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"Easy to find non-kill method for mice...this is our 2nd order of traps."
Susan on 9/3/2018 10:20:38 AM
Review: We live in the country. My husband's car was infested by mice since he brings deer and bird food in his car. Car count was over 50 caught/ 3-car garage 35!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lucy on 8/8/2018 5:58:15 AM
Review: My cat loves mice... as in I think she wants to be friends with them. I think they are cute, but don't want them running around my house. So I was excited to discover these little cubes. They really work! Pay close attention to the directions about checking them often. I had a few terribly sad mishaps before I got the hang of it. Our house mice seem to be very fond of Hershey's kisses (and cat food) so I have used both items as successful bait. I release them on a golf course several miles away and wish them a happy life. Great product!
"Mouse Cube (4-Pack) The Humane Mouse Trap"
Tiffany Richards on 2/9/2015 10:26:41 AM
Review: Very cool products, I have recommended this company to my family and friends.
"I Love These and I Think the Mice Do Too"
JonC on 2/15/2012 2:50:16 PM
Review: I started off with some kill traps and felt terrible when one of them killed a mouse and the other didn't, so I decided to try some humane traps with the catch and release mentality. I set one of the cubes last night and caught a mouse overnight. I didn't have time to run out to the distant wilds to release it, so I let it go far out in the yard. Tonight I set all four traps out for the mice with peanut butter on small pieces of Ritz crackers and within two hours I had the first mouse which I placed in a 5 gallon bucket with some bedding, munchies and a super damp folded paper towel for water. 2 hours later I caught another mouse and put it in the bucket as well. The mice are scared, but alive and I feel better too! I wish I could share a picture here but they're both cuddled together in the bucket right now. If I catch more overnight they'll go in the bucket and I'll drive them out into the middle of nowhere and wish them the best of luck.