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Old 11-13-2010, 06:38 AM   #16
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The mice could take over but they first have to out smart a piece of cardboard with glue on it.
Yup, that and the magical lure of peanut butter......

The wife finds babies in nests in the chicken coop frequently.... she used to try to relocate them, now she just lets the chickens have them.

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Old 11-13-2010, 07:25 AM   #17
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Well if your talking about morality and right and wrong, the mice are tresspassing. Human being get shot for that stuff.
That's fine, I'm all for it. But torturing a tresspasser for multiple days, pulling off their arms and legs, that's a little over the top.
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Old 11-13-2010, 11:32 AM   #18
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Add a bit of seasoning salt, bake in oven at 450F for 15 minutes, flip over and bake for another 10 minutes. Serve with BBQ sauce.

Ranch dressing would also be nice.
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Old 11-13-2010, 11:46 AM   #19
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Mice are vermin
Any way to kill them is OK by me
That said I use just the snap traps
The only thing I caught with a glue trap is my cat
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Ranch dressing would also be nice.
I dunno.... BBQ DOES sound a bit better though.... but only because she's been using up her hoard of ranch dressing lately on the possum, rats, coons and squirrels.... kinda tired of it. Po)

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Old 11-13-2010, 12:48 PM   #21
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If you need to release a non-target catch from a glue trap, vegetable oil will soften the glue, although a cat won't stand still for that. When I was careless with a glue trap at our house, in the morning I found it stuck to the wall (?) with cat fur on it.

One time I did catch a lizard (skink, some call them). Used the vegetable oil and it came off nicely and returned to the environment. Hope it did well after that.
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Our dog, a bichon frise, catches mice better than any cat we have had.
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Yup, our Husky-Shepard mix gives the cats a run for their money too.
Good mouser, that one.

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Mice are vermin
Any way to kill them is OK by me
That said I use just the snap traps
The only thing I caught with a glue trap is my cat
I'm sure the cat was not too happy about that. Walking around with that trap stuck to it's paw. LOL
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I'm sure the cat was not too happy about that. Walking around with that trap stuck to it's paw. LOL

Yeah, what if that was a child with a trap stuck to it's paw. LOL

I don't let the mice suffer either, I use a board on them. I don't want mouse parts on my tools.
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Yeah, what if that was a child with a trap stuck to it's paw. LOL

I don't let the mice suffer either, I use a board on them. I don't want mouse parts on my tools.
Waterboarding? thats torture.
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Waterboarding? thats torture.
They want to show up wearing turbines, they get waterboarded
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I'm sure the cat was not too happy about that. Walking around with that trap stuck to it's paw. LOL

Actually the glue trap was stuck to its belly
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I dunno.... BBQ DOES sound a bit better though.... but only because she's been using up her hoard of ranch dressing lately on the possum, rats, coons and squirrels.... kinda tired of it. Po)

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Why not wrap them in bacon and brown on the grill?
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They want to show up wearing turbines, they get waterboarded
I beleive they are not turbines but pull starts

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