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Old 11-06-2011, 02:47 AM   #1
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Dude, This mouse I'm trying to catch deserves a freakin gold medal. This guy is insanely smart, or super lucky. He's already got out of a spin trap, licked the peanut butter clean off 3 snap traps, and got through a sticky trap just loosing some fur. Aaannnd! Not to mention how he go in here, He already escaped my cats jaws of death... Wtf, this guy is a ninja.

I set even more sticky traps and baited them. Heard something in the kitchen later and walked in to see him jump about 2 feet over the counter behind the fridge. Damn!! any suggestions?
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Dude, This mouse I'm trying to catch deserves a freakin gold medal. This guy is insanely smart, or super lucky. He's already got out of a spin trap, licked the peanut butter clean off 3 snap traps, and got through a sticky trap just loosing some fur. Aaannnd! Not to mention how he go in here, He already escaped my cats jaws of death... Wtf, this guy is a ninja.

I set even more sticky traps and baited them. Heard something in the kitchen later and walked in to see him jump about 2 feet over the counter behind the fridge. Damn!! any suggestions?
Daamnn tricky SOB eh? Do you have friends with a snake? Any type of snake should do.

I'm serious but just make sure you tell 'em that you are not liable for the snake. If it passes away, or gets lost, it's not your responsibility.
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Re: Mouse hunt help

We just got a Ninja cat, actually it's a kitten, but it is a full Ninja... I have the scars to prove it...

Poison.... If you follow directions, and put it out of reach of your cat, it should be safe to use...
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Hah. I thought i already had a ninja cat. He's more like the beverly hills ninja.

Yeah, i guess poison might be the next step...
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Damn. Give him a good piece of cheese for the effort, then poison that mother f*cker, ha!

Just make sure your cat doesn't get the poison, that would suck D:
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Ah i know... Call me a puss but i hate killing things. I usually catch them by hand and let em go. But this one got into my kitchen with great hidin spots i cant get to... If anyone deserves to be free its him.
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Man u lucky to have him in the kitchen, my friend want to kill his because hi love to be in top of the roof of his cobra and the mother F scratch the hole roof with his pads.
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Word to the wise, even if you put out poison traps, the mouse might eat it, but theres no telling if your cat will get hold of the poisoned mouse. Just sayin'. Dont want to hurt the kitty.
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I've never had problems with mice/rats but my friend let her Jetta go (never cleaned it) and she started haven issues with her tail lights. Turned out there was a nest of baby rats chewing her wires.
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O if he scratched my stuff up he wud be declawed so quick! Damn, little bastard.

Yeah i'm still hella skeptical about the poison. Maybe ill just try and get some other traps first.

Also, yeah those things are ruthless. I've heard about rats eating **** in cars all the time. My buddy works at our local ford and tells me all kinds of crazy stories. Haha.

This stuff is getting crazy, i heard screaming about 5am this morning, and got up to see my cat just playing with a huge rat in the living room. I had to beat that thing with a shoe before i was able to grab it and throw it outside. I dont think he woke up, i'll have to check.
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O if he scratched my stuff up he wud be declawed so quick! Damn, little bastard.

Yeah i'm still hella skeptical about the poison. Maybe ill just try and get some other traps first.

Also, yeah those things are ruthless. I've heard about rats eating **** in cars all the time. My buddy works at our local ford and tells me all kinds of crazy stories. Haha.

This stuff is getting crazy, i heard screaming about 5am this morning, and got up to see my cat just playing with a huge rat in the living room. I had to beat that thing with a shoe before i was able to grab it and throw it outside. I don't think he woke up, i'll have to check.
Your nice. I'd let the cat completely kill it why ruin his day. The little things multiply like crazy. My dog catches squirrels all the time occasionally a rabbit, or a bird. It sure stops them in a hurry.
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Wow, squirrels are ruthless and fast. must be one smart dog.

Usually i wouldnt care wat he brought in but the wife starts nagging and It freakin sucks.
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Word to the wise, even if you put out poison traps, the mouse might eat it, but theres no telling if your cat will get hold of the poisoned mouse. Just sayin'. Dont want to hurt the kitty.
True this happened to a relatives German shepherd.
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Really? Did he die?
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Wow, squirrels are ruthless and fast. must be one smart dog.

Usually i wouldnt care wat he brought in but the wife starts nagging and It freakin sucks.
Yeah.. Keep her happy. Nothing like a crabby woman.
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Yeah.. Keep her happy. Nothing like a crabby woman.
Wait til you have a pregnant wife one day lol
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Ugh, i cant even imagine. Been thinking about snipin my junk just for that reason. Not to mention i dont want kids.
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wait longer and you will have lots of mice , lol
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He finally ate a bunch of poison. No smell yet, its been about a week. Therr is no way he survived that one
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I know nobody will read this, but as a folliw up that fool survived the poison too. I ended up getting him a couple weeks later tho with a peanut butter spin trap. BOOM
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I know nobody will read this, but as a folliw up that fool survived the poison too. I ended up getting him a couple weeks later tho with a peanut butter spin trap. BOOM
Hahaha that's funny.. Peanut butter gets'em every time.
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He was a clever one!
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It's funny cause the poison could take him down but he lost to peanut butter lmao that's just crazy
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It's funny cause the poison could take him down but he lost to peanut butter lmao that's just crazy
He survived many traps, he was a gladiator. I didn't want to kill him. He lived in my kitchen for months. Licked clean 3 snap traps, survived a spin trap, rolled around on a sticky trap and ate his way off it only loosing some fur. Then he ate a huge chunk off a block of poison i had. Then finally weeks later the spin trap got him.. Crazy
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Dude, This mouse I'm trying to catch deserves a freakin gold medal. This guy is insanely smart, or super lucky. He's already got out of a spin trap, licked the peanut butter clean off 3 snap traps, and got through a sticky trap just loosing some fur. Aaannnd! Not to mention how he go in here, He already escaped my cats jaws of death... Wtf, this guy is a ninja.

I set even more sticky traps and baited them. Heard something in the kitchen later and walked in to see him jump about 2 feet over the counter behind the fridge. Damn!! any suggestions?
That's some funny stuff!!! I had the problem once, sticky traps worked well...enjoyed seeing them still alive on the trap...maybe line up a few sticky traps together maybe like four of them so it is a 2 by 2 size or even 9 of them side by side? Maybe some superglue on the sticky trap. LOL Good luck!!
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This was sent to me from jwhayne0001. He hit the jackpot with this trap. Hope you don't mind me putting this on here Mike.
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^^ That is impressive two for one!
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The trick is mini m&ms. Put a touch of peanut butter and push the candy into it. I've caught hundreds doing this
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The trick is mini m&ms. Put a touch of peanut butter and push the candy into it. I've caught hundreds doing this
peanut butter is the key. i haven't felt the urge to waste mms yet but they should only help!
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This was sent to me from jwhayne0001. He hit the jackpot with this trap. Hope you don't mind me putting this on here Mike.
I was just about to post it up, lol I don't mind I've never heard of anyone gettin 2 at once
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This was sent to me from jwhayne0001. He hit the jackpot with this trap. Hope you don't mind me putting this on here Mike.
Haha thats awesome!
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.22 caliber pistol and birdshot. Won't tear up the floor or trim too bad, it's fun and it's deadly to mice.


Or an electric mouse trap and fry them.
will be the last thing you hear from them.
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