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    How cool is this
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    How clever are they!!!Look rather stylish too.
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    • #3
      My cat says can he have the mice when they've finished with them?

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      • #4
        Ooh a subject close to my heart as we have a ickle mouse in our house at the mo (our house is near fields and he must've come in from there cos we're not THAT messy honest). We have a humane mousetrap but the little blighter hasn't ventured in yet, I've tried cheese and chocolate but he ain't having none of it, think he'll be domesticated soon the length of time he's been here.
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        • #5
          cool and not cruel, I like it!

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          • #6
            Hehehehe!

            Where do you find these things?!!

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            • #7
              Where do you find these things?!!
              I was thinking the same
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              • #8
                nattynetty you could try peanut butter mice love it and the traps are really cool but when you live in the country like i do and you can catch up to 18 little miceys in a month well you can guess what the out come was even the pest control officer from the local council couldn't help us as we had all the traps and poisons he would have given us
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                • #9
                  Looks fine as long as you don't have too many mice in your house as they do learn from the experience of other mice....

                  We have some live traps at work, which only work on proper wild mice in the woods, as house mice either fight their way out or learn from the other mice not to go in them....
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