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Mouse in Vehicle
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Debbie    Posted 05-30-2003 at 09:48:42       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a mouse living in my car can anyone help me????? {Yes I have eightcats funny!!} I don't want it to die in the car becaus eit will stink. And i"m not willing to put the cats in the car overnight HaHa Help I'n desperate!!!!

Thanks


Jimbob    Posted 05-31-2003 at 16:30:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
Feed & water it or catch a large snake to eat it.

Only kidding.


Willy-N    Posted 05-30-2003 at 17:17:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
I had a nest in my truck once. I could hear them. I had to wait till they grew up some the I set 5 traps and findley caught about 8+ of them! I got tired of doing it one trap at a time. They ca't resist peanut butter. Now there is another one in it? I need to find the hole there getting in at under the dash. Nothing like driving down the road and having a couple go by your feet or across the seat when you do not expect it! Mark H.


Debbie    Posted 05-31-2003 at 12:25:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I guess I will have to resort to traps....I bought ones that wiil trap them alive but they're not working. Has anyone had any luck with the glue traps? I haven't seen any mice yet just the droppings & they used my shammy to make a nest!! I vacummed the heck out of the car last night. The funny thing is always have crackers & stuff in the car & thst was never touched. Thanks for any help Debbie


Michele    Posted 06-11-2003 at 16:55:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Did you ever get rid of that mouse? Once is started warming up, our mice stopped going into our live traps.

maggieoverstreet@hotmail.com


Willy-N    Posted 05-31-2003 at 16:19:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
You won't feel bad about traps after they chew on your wiring harness and it cost about 500.00 to repair or a fire starts because of them. Mice are one animal I have declared war on they have cost me tons of money and not having water for a few days too! Mark H.


Clipper    Posted 05-30-2003 at 10:07:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
How bout a....mousetrap....wit a little peanut budder in it!


Angel Johnson    Posted 05-30-2003 at 10:51:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
If you have a carport or garage; let the cat visit, sniff out the car.
Then leave a door slightly open that night; I bet the cat will get rid of it.
If you have inside cats; my suggestion wont work.

A mouse trap baited with peanut butter might or a glue board.
Place it where ever you see droppings.
The mouse will return to that spot.


clod    Posted 05-30-2003 at 17:58:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
well, dont know anything I could add to Angel's idea.Unless they make mouse motels.The reason why I am telling this is because I had a late model Chevy that fire aints moved into.They must have found candy under the back seat where kids rode.So they moved into the car.But first the climbed to front tire and ate things inside the alternator which blew out.After the new altenator they stayed out of it but there was a large familymoveing from back floorboard to the front seat.No spray would kill them.Or get most of them.Finally I went to the store and bought aint motels.I throwed them in and under the seats.They all died so that is how to get aints out.


CLOD    Posted 06-04-2003 at 17:03:25       [Reply]  [No Email]

DOG IN CAR..If it shows


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