CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP

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CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP
CATCH ALIVE MOUSETRAP

Catch mice hygienically and without touching them

  • 100% Effective: exclusive patented design prevents the trap from closing until the mouse has entered the trap.
  • Supplied complete with three bait capsules - the bait is a food based non-toxic product and is highly attractive to mice.
  • Simple press-button operation.
  • Hygienic, no-touch mouse release.
  • No springs or snap-shut jaws - safe for the elderly, children and pets.
  • Replacement baits available

Mousetrap for the species-appropriate catching of mice

The innovative Swissinno Catch Alive mousetrap catches mice alive without causing them harm and allows their release without you touching them. Insert a bait capsule and simply depress a button to set the trap (see "use" below). Check frequently to see if a mouse has been caught.

Catching mice alive has never been as easy and humane Catch Alive trap.  The functional design prevents the captured mouse from escaping. It is important, therefore, to set the mouse free as soon as possible so as not to cause it too much stress and so it is essential to check the trap often and at least every 4 hours. To avoid the mouse returning, release it more than 1km from where it was caught.

 

 

How to use Catch Alive Mousetrap

1.) Remove the protective cover from a bait capsule. Slide the capsule fully into the slot at the end of the trap.

Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse set bait

2.) There are two buttons on the top of the trap. To open the trap, press the long bar button. To close the trap, press the smaller button. Open the trap and place it parallel to and against a wall where you think that mice are active (mice rarely stray into open spaces). where you suspect there are mice. As mice seldom cross open spaces, position  the trap parallel to and against a wall. 

Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse position

3.) To free a captured mouse, lay the trap on the ground and open it. The mouse will exit of its own accord, though this may take a  little time. To prevent the return of a mouse, release it at least 1 km (3/4 mile) from where it was caught.

To avoid causing distress to a captured mouse, check the trap latest every 4 hours.

Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse set mouse free

1.) Remove the protective cover from a bait capsule. Slide the capsule fully into the slot at the end of the trap.

2.) There are two buttons on the top of the trap. To open the trap, press the long bar button. To close the trap, press the smaller button. Open the trap and place it parallel to and against a wall where you think that mice are active (mice rarely stray into open spaces). where you suspect there are mice. As mice seldom cross open spaces, position  the trap parallel to and against a wall. 

3.) To free a captured mouse, lay the trap on the ground and open it. The mouse will exit of its own accord, though this may take a  little time. To prevent the return of a mouse, release it at least 1 km (3/4 mile) from where it was caught.

To avoid causing distress to a captured mouse, check the trap latest every 4 hours.

Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse set bait
Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse position
Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse set mouse free

Refill the Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse

Food based non-toxic replacement bait for mouse and rat traps.

Refill the trap quickly and easily with the new bait syringes.

Bait Syringes for Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse
Frequently asked questions
How does the Catch Alive Mouse Trap work?

The Catch Alive Mousetrap MouseHouse catches Mice alive to release them later.The supplied bait is made of a long lasting food based substance peanutbutter which mice find irresistible. There are no poisons in the bait.

How long does the bait last?

The bait will last from between a few weeks to a couple of years. It will tend to disappear due to the action of insects or weather if left outside, . however the odor The odour will remain, however, and it is possible to catch rodents mice even if very little of the bait appears to be left.

Where shall I put the trap?

Open the trap and place it where you suspect there are mice. As mice seldom cross open spaces, position the trap parallel to and against a wall. Check the trap at regular intervals frequently.

How often can one use the trap?

The SuperCat traps are quite sturdy very robust and can be used many times.

Is the bait toxic?

No, the bait is a natural food based product containing no poisons and is safe around children and pets.

Can the bait be replaced?

Yes, we offer replacement bait assemblies which can extend the life of the trap after all of the bait material has disappeared.

What about children and pets around traps?

The Catch Alive Mouse mouse trap is quite completely safe around children and pets. But for reasons of hygiene, it makes sense to place traps out of the reach of children and pets.

What about protected animals?

Some mouse species are strictly protected. In Germany, this applies to the wood mouse, the yellow-necked mouse, the dormouse and all shrew species. Just like house mice, these are attracted to the bait and could also be caught with the mousetrap. If these species are present or if this becomes apparent during the course of control, no control may be carried out or control that has already started must be stopped. Before any (further) control measures can be taken, permission must first be obtained from the relevant authority. Resettlement using live traps must also be approved first. 

Innovative and sustainable Swiss quality design with respect for nature.