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Old 01-20-2014, 05:48 PM   #1
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Got a sticky mouse trap stuck on the bottom of my refrigerator.

Is there any fire hazard in just leaving it there? It is a fairly new (within 5 years) Frigidaire.

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Old 01-20-2014, 09:51 PM   #2
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That's karma for ya. Trying to stick a live mouse to a trap is cruel. Kill it quick and humane or leave it alone, you mean mouse gluer!
Probably not going to be a problem if it's not blocking airflow. Still, bad karma.

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Thanks for the feedback and kind-of-suggestion, Dave. I may get another type of trap tomorrow.
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Have you tried using a scraper to get it off?

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When a filthy disease carrying rodent enters your house, you get it out any way you can in order to protect the health of you and all who live there.
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When a filthy disease carrying rodent enters your house, you get it out any way you can in order to protect the health of you and all who live there.
I respectfully disagree. There are dozens of humane ways in which to kill or remove the filthy disease carrying rodent. We don't need to torture it to death. It just isn't necessary.
I'm an avid hunter, and I can't imagine gluing a deer to the ground until it either starved to death or tore it's own limbs off out of fear.
To each his own. But I'll stand by my opinion. We don't have to be cruel to run a clean house.
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I respectfully disagree. There are dozens of humane ways in which to kill or remove the filthy disease carrying rodent. We don't need to torture it to death. It just isn't necessary.
I'm an avid hunter, and I can't imagine gluing a deer to the ground until it either starved to death or tore it's own limbs off out of fear.
To each his own. But I'll stand by my opinion. We don't have to be cruel to run a clean house.
Ok, I agree with you. I read your comment as "catch and release" when you said Humane. I apologize for mine.

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