mate i glue bird seed to the trap , cheese or anything else they get off to easy and bird seed they love <br />
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works for me all the time <br />
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but the best mouse trap was our first german shepard he caught em , NEVER ATE EM , think mouse died of shock

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My Shep,does the same at camp..mice and snakes..

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Easy..spread garlic around the are,house,shed wathever,they will all move away..or if it's infested..do this..<br />
You will need 1,five gallon pail,2 can of pop,3 wire,4 peanut butter.<br />
Make a hole in the bottom of the can and tie it with the wire going threw it to both sides of the pail,the can shuld be able to spin on the wire on the top of the pail.Spread your peanut butter inside the pail about three inches from the top and fill half the pail with water.<br />
So the mice will climb the pail,walk the wire and will jump on the can which will rotaite and plook.Next.

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A better mouse trap<br />
<br />
Fisrt of all you’l need the following supplies:<br />
1 small bottle whiskey <br />
1 large bottle vodka (the cheap kind will do)<br />
1 broom handle<br />
1 pair of gloves<br />
1 lawn-type chair <br />
3 large plastic bowls<br />
½ sheet of plywood<br />
3 bricks<br />
Cheese (any variety)<br />
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Step 1: Cut out holes in plywood to accommodate the plastic bowels (you want then to fit flush with the plywood). <br />
Step 2: take a sip of the whiskey (to keep you “limber”)<br />
Step 3: cut a slit halfway through the top of the plywood (all the way around) 3” from the edge (this is so that it will bend without breaking). <br />
Step 4: Place the plywood over the bricks so that the bricks are just to the inside of the slit. This will create a “ramp” up to the bowls.<br />
Step 5: take another sip of whiskey (think the limberness from that first sip is wearing off).<br />
Step 6: place the bowls in the holes in the plywood (make sure they are flush with the surface of the plywood).<br />
Step 7: take a slug of the whiskey. You deserve it since you got this far with the project.<br />
Step 8: fill the bowls to the brim with the vodka (don’t spill any on the plywood). Oh all right, you can taste the vodka, but not too much now... you want enough to fill the bowls with.<br />
Step 9: take another jolt of the whiskey (damn this stuff smooth!) You might want to sit in the chair as that moose trap is starting to spin a bit (tell it to be quiet too).<br />
Step 10: place small cheeeeesseeeee peeces round them bowls. Cheeeeese... isn’t that a funny word? Cheeeeeeeeeezzzzeeeeee.<br />
Anywho... when the mices come up to get the cheezzzeeeee they will fall into the vodka an drown-nn-nnn-nn. Use the broom handle to poke at them (but if they poke back then they’re not quite done yet (yet)).<br />
Use the gloves to pick up the ine... ine... ine... the pickled rat, and toss it into the neighbors yard (shh...shh... be quiet otherwise he’ll hear (hear) you and want some of your cheeezzzeeee).<br />
Step.... step.... um... step on the rat 6. Finish off the wiss... the wisss... the boo (oo) zzze - and any bodka lying aaa...a...( burp) arouuunnnnd. <br />
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Uh...where was I? oph yeah, step 30001254... how to catch a cheeeezzzzzzeeee (hic).

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Cohabitation

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A gun and cheese.

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A mother in law mouse trap

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A book that reads it's self.

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black power

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lasers. it has to have lasers.

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Snap traps. But I can't take a look at it after the snap. yikes !

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