|Posted on Friday, 09 June, 2006 - 02:11 pm: |
This is a guide to a make-your-own mouse-catcher. I've caught two mice with it, so it definitely works.
Hope I'm not breaking Forum rules by posting this, but it's non-commercial so I hope it's OK.
|Posted on Sunday, 11 June, 2006 - 04:52 pm: |
probably the same one twice, with it being humane and that....
|Posted on Sunday, 11 June, 2006 - 09:56 pm: |
I use mothballs in my shed and near the doors of my house to keep the mice away. It seems to work. But I cannot find a local shop that sells mothballs. Does anyone know a shop in Forest Hill that sells mothballs?
|Posted on Monday, 12 June, 2006 - 01:00 pm: |
Hoppy: not unless it found it's way back from Mayow Park.
I'll try mothballs, if I can find any.
|Posted on Monday, 12 June, 2006 - 01:22 pm: |
We've had mice for years. Don't think we are infested and they simply come in through holes in the wall. But in the early days we used to regularly catch them (humanely) they now ignore the traps and have started to come out early evening rather than over night. Obviously the radiation from the Tetra mask has generated a supermouse
|Posted on Tuesday, 13 June, 2006 - 09:53 am: |
My cats caught three mice last thursday. Not all that humanely though - they played with one for about 30 mins before it finally died, the poor thing.
|Posted on Tuesday, 13 June, 2006 - 03:26 pm: |
Mandy - can we borrow your cats? Although my radiation fuelled supermouse will be a bit of a challenge.