06:16PM | 09/28/03
Member Since: 09/27/03
1 lifetime posts
Okay, so I live in this house for 6 years and now... we have room mates. We know where they are coming in at, they dug a hole outside our house. How should I seal this up? We have been using glue traps since we have 2 young children and animals, but all I'm catching is fur and one tail. YES, a nasty tail. How gross. Please, I need your best advice... I'm ready to move.. How gross. I need to stay at a budget amount, we don't have any money.
Thank you so much for your help.


03:17AM | 10/29/03
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
We used to have mice,but we got a good mosing cat from a farm got it fixed so it didn't go in heat and now we have no more mice and we fell in love with the cat.


06:21AM | 04/08/04
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
They are really effective during the night. Say 2 AM, you hear thump thump thump thump, SQUEAK and when you turn on the light, theres your four legged furball with a mouse in her mouth!

If you get a mouser, make sure you get a female, the males could care less.
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