Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap - 12 Traps

Model #: BM312

18 reviews
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Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap - 12 Traps

Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap - 12 Traps

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  • For catching and releasing mice
  • Catches up to 30 mice per setting
  • Simply bait, place and release
  • Use anywhere indoors or outdoors

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Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap - 12 Traps

The Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap bundle includes 12 low-profile metal traps that can be used inside or outside your home, apartment or business. Each trap can catch up to 30 mice at a time and is reusable. These live traps contain no poisons and do not kill the mice – they can be used around food, water, children and pets.


Simple 3-Step Method

  1. Bait – One dab of peanut butter is all you need.
  2. Place – Setting the trap is as easy as placing it down where mice have previously been spotted.
  3. Release – When the trap is full, follow your local authority’s guidelines for releasing captured animals into the wild. You can reuse your trap as many times as you need.

Large Capacity for Maximum Effectiveness

Amazingly, each TIN CAT® trap has the capacity to catch and contain up to 30 mice, reducing time spent emptying your trap and maximizing the amount of mice you can capture. Position all 12 traps around your property anywhere mice have been spotted.

Convenient Indoor and Outdoor Design

With its slim, low-profile design, TIN CAT® mice traps can be placed inconspicuously throughout your home, especially in drop ceilings, raised floors and underneath furniture. The trap can also be used outside your home, business or apartment to keep rodent intruders from making their way inside.

No-Touch, Non-Lethal Rodent Solution

Are you grossed out by the sight of a dead mouse? Then you’ll appreciate that the TIN CAT® doesn’t require you to touch or even kill the mouse. When the secured metal trap is full, simply release your unwanted guests back into the wild, being sure to follow any local guidelines.

Prevent Escapes with a Simple Upgrade

To increase the effectiveness and convenience of the trap, use our pre-baited Victor Glue Boards (model BM309), which slide easily into the trap. The stickiness of the glue makes escape nearly impossible, but you can set them free afterward by simply applying olive oil. Note that adding the glue trap may require added attention on your part to ensure that the opening does not become blocked by mice that become stuck upon entering.


Victor® – Innovative Rodent Control Solutions from the Company You’ve Trusted for Over 115 Years.


Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap - 12 Traps

  • For catching mice if you do not want to see or touch them
  • Easy to use
  • Each trap catches up to 30 mice
  • Reusable
  • To increase efficacy of trap, use with the pre-baited BM309 Victor Glue Board - slides into trap
  • Can be used around food, water, children, and pets

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Most Recent Customer Reviews

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Review posted on
December 12, 2017
Best trap in use By EC

Caught 11 mice the first night! The Tin Cat is super! I rinse it out after every catch and allow it to air dry before resetting. Hopefully this will keep the trap working well for years to come.

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Review posted on
October 4, 2017
I think The tin cat is the lowest cost long range tool for catching mice and other small rodents By Peter

We have used the Tin Cats for about 20 years. I just set them along the exterior or interior walls, use no bait and catch lots of mice whenever they come around.

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Review posted on
August 29, 2017
Good for what I need By Jen

They do the trick! I use them at a storage facility!

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Review posted on
May 4, 2016
These are the best I\'ve used By tbarnett
These traps do what they claim and they do it well. If you have a big infestation especially, they will catch many more than single traps. I tend to use dry dog food as bait because that's what they go after at my house, but you have to be careful because the dog food pieces can get up under the doors keeping them open, so try to keep the bait away from the doors. A BIG WARNING though -- be careful how and where you store them. If you store them closed where any mice can get to them, they will get in and die a slow horrible death (I've unfortunately had it happen). I store them with a can or something sitting inside to make sure the lid can't close. I also check and empty them often when I have them down because even though they might be able to hold 30 mice, they would be miserable, get stuck in the doorways, and fight. I highly recommend these traps.
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Review posted on
November 1, 2015
More Mice than I expected By Sandy
I bought several of these traps. As instructed, place them along the baseboard or wall, this is important. I baited with peanut butter and bird seed. I have them in several rooms along with the garage. Catching any where from one to three mice 2 to 3 times a week. Best trap I have used by far.
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Review posted on
October 18, 2015
Slight Damage By tpjm
I have yet to use the box of 12 traps that came recently, but upon passing them out to various family members I discovered that at least 3 of them had a little damage at one corner. It was minor and a needlenose pliers made them easier to open and close, but I would suggest a better packaging process may have helped in this case
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Review posted on
November 24, 2010
Great product! By
I bought a Tin Cat yesterday, baited it with crunchy peanut butter crumbles, and left it against the wall as directed in my kitchen behind the stove near the dogfood. This morning I heard metallic tapping and found two cute and fuzzy little brown mousies inside. I drove them to a friend's horse barn on the edge of town, opened the top and released them, where they will find food and protection from the winter weather that is on its way here in the Rockies. One of them leaped out immediately and scurried away into the tall grass. The other hesitated in the small area near the entrance to the trap before accepting the invitation to freedom.If they had only been potty-trained, I would have enjoyed their company! Thanks for helping me find them a new home.
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Review posted on
October 3, 2010
The best mouse trap By
Ive caught more mice with this then any other trap.To Tom: The little boxes are removable. Push on the floor of the trap and then you can slide them right out.
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Review posted on
July 8, 2010
Most effective By
We started with one in the barn, it was placed close to the quail feed. Have had as many as 17 at one time. We now use several on the outside of house by foundation to control mice from coming in the house. It works and is the cheapest long term solution.
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Review posted on
May 19, 2010
Tin Cat is great By
The Tin Cat is much much better at getting mice than our old useless pet cat. It is also better than any lethal traps I have used. It is made of metal so the mice cannot chew their way out which happens with plastic live traps. It is easy to open to make the release and then rebait. Peanut butter is irresistable to mice. The only caveat I have is that after years of use the mechanism can get clogged with dirt, bait remnants, rust etc. It would be great if the mechanism boxes could be easily removed for cleaning and then replaced.
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Q.Live the traps (we have had 5 for a few years), but lately two of them somehow allow mice to escape. I made sure there is no debris or seed inside, but find empty sunflower husks inside and no mice. Last night there were 2 mice in a trap but were gone in the morning. Any advice would be appreciated!

We recommend checking live traps for mice as frequently as possible to ensure a successful catch and release.

Q.How do you reset the trap after a mouse has been caught and released? I can't seem to figure out how to unseal the doorways....

This trap does not need to be reset. When a mouse enters, the door acts as a see-saw and will allow them to enter the inner chamber of the trap.

Q.How do you know when a mouse is in the trap? Seeing inside is very difficult and if I open the cover to look, then anything caught inside is liable to escape. To ensure being humane, the trap must be checked frequently, a difficult process.

To determine if a mouse has been caught, we recommend picking up the trap to determine if it is heavier in weight. The lid can also be slightly lifted to check for any catches.

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