Refillable Mouse Bait Station - Tomcat® - 224 g is rated
Rated 5 out of
Best on the Market in Canada
I've been using this product for about 3 years now, I got fed up with dead mice lying in a dead trap, it was disgusting to see and sometimes there would be blood everywhere with those 1.00 traps from the 1930's. I purchased this gem and yes it is poison!! you fill the bait box with the cubes (buy separately) You never see any dead mice laying around. The mice do not die in the bait trap. They go in and eat the poison and within 2 days the mice are dead. They usually feel sick and go to their den and die. The holes are small enough for a mouse and no larger critters. It's in a box where you can see if the poison has been eaten or not. This is very easy to use and kids, pets will not be able to touch or get near the bait box. The holes are too small for you cat or your 3 year old child. An ordinary mice eats up to 7 times a day. That is a lot of poison for one mouse to ingest in a two day period. I really recommend this bait boxes. The bait are green cubes made out of the mice favourite food, seeds, peanut butter, the smell of their delish treats draw them to the bait boxes. But them in a place where you are hearing mice activity. 700.00 to call a professional in your home and they all want you to sign a one year contract that runs between 700.00 to almost 900.00 some contracts are for 6 months. All sounds great, until you call the pro's back that you have a contract with, and you will mostly fine in small print 'may not work for any creatures, yes mice included. This is what I found out the hard way. Do this and save yourself at least 600.00 for a contract that does not guarantee you anything.
Date published: 2017-11-13
Rated 1 out of
this product is useless. Not waste Time & Money
I bought this product, I believe one or two mouses eat all the 8 blocks. The mouse like very much,
this is healthy product for the mouse. No mouse was killed at all. Do not waste your time and money.
Date published: 2020-04-10
Rated 1 out of
they nibble a bit but they keep going to my peanuts which were in sealed bags instead.
Date published: 2016-08-22