Best used for:Living RoomsKitchensAtticsBasementsGaragesVictor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap with Window Eliminate mice problems with this Victor® TIN CAT® mouse trap with window. Designed for humane catch and release of mice, it holds up to 30 rodents at once. The convenient clear window allows for easy viewing of trapped pests, and the sturdy lid opens for easy, offsite release. The slim metal construction is suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and since it contains no poisons, it can be used safely around children, pets, and food.Nonlethal Rodent Solution This TIN CAT® mouse trap provides no-touch, nonlethal capturing of mice so you can release them back into the wild. It provides a no-mess solution to a mice problem in your home or business.How to Use To set up the TIN CAT® mouse trap with window, follow these easy instructions:
Convenient Viewing Window The clear window on this TIN CAT® mouse trap provides a clear view of the pests inside, letting you know when it’s time to empty it. All it takes is a quick glance to know if you’ve captured one mouse or multiple mice.Indoor or Outdoor Low-Profile Design This mouse trap’s low-profile structure lets you place it inconspicuously in indoor and outdoor areas of your home. The slim shape of the TIN CAT® fits under furniture, in drop ceilings and raised floors. It can also be used outdoors to prevent mice from making their way inside.Pair with Sticky Traps to Prevent Escapes The TIN CAT® becomes even more versatile when you pair it with a set of pre-baited Victor® glue boards that fit seamlessly into the mouse trap and can help prevent unwanted escapes. When it’s time to release your captive, just add a bit of olive oil to the glue, and the mouse should be able to free itself.“Love the window in the top. Easy to check for trapped mice and less handling.” Read More Reviews »Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap with Window Product Details Do you want to know more helpful details about the Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Traps with Window? Take a closer look at the in-depth specifications for this product. Complete Product Details »
- Set the bait: Provide a dab of peanut butter or a small bit of cheese.
- Place trap: Set the TIN CAT® along a wall or next to a hole where mice have been located or identified; mouse droppings are a good indicator.
- Check: Using the clear window, check at a glance whether mice have been captured.
- Release: When the trap is full, release the captives into the wild at an offsite location while following local guidelines for releasing captured animals.
Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap with Window Model # M308 Quantity 12 traps Trap Type Live mouse trap For Use Against MiceLearn More About Rodent Control At times, rodent problems can seem like a never-ending battle. But, believe it or not, you can get the upper hand. Understanding your enemy – their habits and preferences – is the first step of successful elimination. Check out some of our great resources to find out more about controlling your rodent problems.About Victor® Victor® has been a trusted name in rodent control since 1898. Since the invention of the spring-based trap over 115 years ago, we have been continuously striving to manufacture innovative, quality products that keep your family safe from the dangers of rodents. With a variety of electronic traps, snap traps and repellents available, Victor® has a broad selection of products to meet the needs of consumers. More About Victor® »
Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap with Window Model # M308 Quantity 12 traps Trap Type Live mouse trap For Use Against Mice Catches per Setting Up to 30 mice Usage Notes Check the trap frequently so mice can be released in a timely manner Features Clear lid for checking the trap Materials Metal, plastic Indoor or Outdoor Use Indoors and Outdoors
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateNo more visiting
If we let them loose, won't they just come right back in!!? My dad used to catch squirrels and bring them several miles away to release. Lol...Response From Victor®Lauren : Consumer Relations Representative
We recommend releasing mice at least one mile away across a natural barrier such as a river or stream.
Review RateLove this no-kill live trap!!
Loved this trap! I wanted a no kill trap that had a lot of air holes and could hold multiple mice. This was perfect! And the glass lid was great to be able to see inside. I have caught 4 mice in the last 3 days, letting them loose at the back of my yard. So happy! Glad someone was thinking when they designed this trap!
Review RateIt works !
I load the trap with a chunk of TomCat poison and add some Peanut Butter or some bird seed as bait and it works. Once they chew on the poison, they die quickly! I caught a salamander too!
Review RateThumbs up for the clear top
My employees love these traps for the clear window on top. It save time during our daily pest control checks not having to lift the cover to check what is inside. Its slight more expensive completely tin cats that you have to open the tops but well worth it for time saving and happier employees.
Review RateBetter than other methods IMHO
Does what it needs to do I has electronic bait which caught only couple over few months. Placed these in basement and utility room. Caught 6 in 2 weeks It is humane - catch n release
5 stars. I set 9 traps in my out buildings around my property 16 mice /moles in 4 days..Don't seem to be any more around. Been two weeks. Wish the chipmunk's would go in them
Review RateDidn't work for me
I think the mice I have in the house are too smart to go into these. I bought 12 tin cats and have caught no mice for the past 7 weeks. I had placed glue traps and food in them to entice them but they still will not go in. All the mice I've caught have been caught with glue traps outside the tin cats.
Review RateThey work great
Catches mice and bugs. And the twelve that I ordered is helping me find the weak spots in my pest control program
Review RateI definitely recommend it
Great product, it worked
Review RateCaught 5 mice my first night
I put them all out and first night I caught 5 Second night 6 Third night 4 I believe that the window makes the mice on the outside look at the mice on the inside and they want to join the party. I know that these are catch and release, however, because I have a plant nursery and we are in a rural type area, I would suggest that you offer a drowning tray.