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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 01:54 pm
“When tiny guests stop by,” advises PETA, “turn compassion into action. Plastic trap catches mice alive and unharmed so they can be released outdoors. Be sure to check the trap frequently, so mice won’t suffer needlessly. Each trap is reusable so that you can catch and release each mouse for relocation.” For extra entertainment, relocate them near an owl.
UPDATE. Rick W.:
A mate of mine used to work in a pest control lab in the UK.
PETA “liberated” all their mice and rats one night. Naturally the mice and rats simply sat around outside the building.
The local kites, hawks and owls ate so many they couldn’t fly. In the end they were walking from one meal to the next.
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