"Mouse Master" mouse trap

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"Mouse Master" mouse trap

Post by Michael Pla » Thu, 10 Feb 2000 04:00:00



Hi, all!

Against the eventuality of an escaped mouse in the house, I found and
bought a "Mouse Master" mouse friendly mouse trap.  It's a metal boxy
thing with a cylindrical (sp??) hole through the middle into which a mouse
can climb after tidbits that you leave in the center of said hole.  The
weight of the mouse trips a spring that pushes a lever that pushes the
mouse into a side compartment which has a little window through which you
can look. Mouse can thus be caught and safely returned to mouse quarters.
I've been looking for this sort of thing for a year.  The only drawback --
about $22.00 US.

Mike and Co.

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Brooklyn, USA

 
 
 

"Mouse Master" mouse trap

Post by Phil Drummo » Fri, 11 Feb 2000 04:00:00


I have two of these which I bought about 10 years ago.  They work
great and don't hurt the mice.  I have actually watched mice "playing"
with the trap, when it's "keeper" door is open.  The little fools run
around and get re-trapped, having fun being tossed out the side of the
trap!  I think I paid $12US each for my traps.

Phil


Quote:

>Hi, all!

>Against the eventuality of an escaped mouse in the house, I found and
>bought a "Mouse Master" mouse friendly mouse trap.  It's a metal boxy
>thing with a cylindrical (sp??) hole through the middle into which a mouse
>can climb after tidbits that you leave in the center of said hole.  The
>weight of the mouse trips a spring that pushes a lever that pushes the
>mouse into a side compartment which has a little window through which you
>can look. Mouse can thus be caught and safely returned to mouse quarters.
>I've been looking for this sort of thing for a year.  The only drawback --
>about $22.00 US.

>Mike and Co.

>--

>Brooklyn, USA