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Tomcat Mouse Killer Refillable Bait Station (8-Pack)
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Tomcat

Mouse Killer Refillable Bait Station (8-Pack)

  • Kills up to 12 mice with one bait block
  • kid- and dog-tested
  • Weather resistant-perfect for indoors or outdoors
$7.84 /each

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The Tomcat Mouse Killer Refillable Bait Station comes packaged with 8 bait refills. The station is designed to kill mice in interior and exterior areas to help prevent and eliminate pest infestations. This bait station offers a design that is resistant to tampering by children and dogs for your peace of mind. Kills mice to help keep areas free of pests.

  • Includes 1 bait station and 8 bait refills
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors for good coverage
  • Dog and child resistant for safety
  • Bait station has a clear lid for easy monitoring of the bait inside
  • Uses the active ingredient bromethalin, an acute active capable of controlling anticoagulant resistant house mice

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Can I spread bait without putting in traps?

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Yes, just be careful of any pets getting access.
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Yes but place in a spot where pets can't get to it.
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You can, but why? The purpose of the trap is to protect children and pets from eating it or handling it! Not a good move if you have pets or small children. I put mine out in the trap to keep my dog from tasting it or eating it. The mice can still get to it as I have seen and I have no worries about poisoning our pets.
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August 4, 2016
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It is not recommended since doing so is ineffective and poses risks to children and pets.
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Bought refillable with 8 bait. The mouse eats bait and when and where does it die? At the trap or goes off to die?

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October 25, 2016
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The mice we found dead was within inches from the bait.
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The bait doesn't kill instantaneously. They eat their fill and then leave. The poison kills them shortly afterwards. Look for sources of water such as sumps, floor drains, dripping pipes as they look for water to drink.
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It'll go off and die, probably not in the open though. Not sure how long it takes but you generally see "improvement" within a couple days.
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How long Does the Tomcat mouse blocks last?

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We bought the Tomcat refillable stations in the fall of 2014. We put them into our camper. This fall we noticed mouse droppings inside the camper. All refillable stations have been chewed on. I have emptied the camper and am cleaning it daily. And still there are fresh droppings each day. Today I put out 2 of your mouse traps with peanut butter bait; 8 fresh new refillable blocks; and one sticky pad (opened to make 2). I have put steel wool at any visible openings as well as vent filter pads at each heat duct vent. How long do the blocks last? Or how long is the poison effective?
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From my experience, the bait lasts as long as it's in the trap. If you have a serious mouse population it will take some time for them to disappear. As long as the baits are showing fresh signs of eating, the mice will keep coming to the baits. Also be aware of the fact that mice can communicate and warn each other of dangers or poison. You need to find the opening they are getting in through and seal Read More
From my experience, the bait lasts as long as it's in the trap. If you have a serious mouse population it will take some time for them to disappear. As long as the baits are showing fresh signs of eating, the mice will keep coming to the baits. Also be aware of the fact that mice can communicate and warn each other of dangers or poison. You need to find the opening they are getting in through and seal it. And you may need to rotate to another kind of bait just to fool them if it seems the Tomcat is not working. Read Less
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I've had 2 traps outdoors, exposed to the elements, for about 6 months now. They are holding up inside just fine. Can't say how effective they are outside in the stations, but alone in the garage I've found a mouse body, so I know they work. I prefer actual traps though for evidence purposes.
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The blocks are filled with a long lasting chemical called Warfarin that thins the blood and makes the animal very thirsty. Look near water sources to see if there are any mice that have been killed. The bait bars should last for years if its kept in a cooler dry location. I have had blocks out for may months and they seem to be doing there job. It sounds like you may be feeding a lot of mice.
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The rat goes in the station,does it stay in there and die?

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No. I have never found one in the trap dead. I find them elsewhere though as they wander off to die. Many will try to seek out water so a sump or floor drain is a good place to find the bodies.
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January 26, 2016
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No, this holds the poison allowing the rodent to enter and consume it.
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Mouse Killer Refillable Bait Station (8-Pack) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 80.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I put bait behind my fridge at 6pm and at 8 pm a mouse was sitting a foot from my fridge, alive, ... I put bait behind my fridge at 6pm and at 8 pm a mouse was sitting a foot from my fridge, alive, but not being able to move. Left him there and he was dead an hour later. I was using Decon for a month and I still had a several mice running around my house. It was almost as if the Decon was mouse food. It has been a week since I bought Tomcat and have not seen another mouse so far.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Didn't kill the mice. Now we have multiple baby mice to deal with. Paid good money for this overpriced and useless system that was guaranteed to kill mice. But, unfortunately, our problem has grown, rather than resolved. More mice than ever are crawling across the living room floor. Gross! Now we have to spend more money to get rid of them. What a waste.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I have placed the one station that came with this product in different places indoors. It has not... I have placed the one station that came with this product in different places indoors. It has not been nibbled on at all, near as I can tell. I haven't given up completely and am leaving it out, moving it around. Not sure where the mice have come in. Maybe it works very well outdoors, don't know. I'm back with the two mousetraps that didn't work at first, and I've caught two mice with these in the past two weeks using different bait each time and placing them different places in my kitchen at different times of the day or night. I had no idea each mouse can be different, that they may like different bait, that you need to wear gloves when baiting the trap (?). I finally caught one with peanut butter, the other with a tiny bit of pecan pie. Looks like sticky stuff works best.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unfortunate, the mice does not enter the black bait station(s) that I placed outside the garage, ... Unfortunate, the mice does not enter the black bait station(s) that I placed outside the garage, but the blocks I placed inside the garage (without bait station) they're eating those blocks and killing them quick. I was told that by law, you must use the black bait station so you won't harm and/or kill other animals or your pets, so the ones I placed inside the garage without the bait station, I hid in the rafters.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I saw a rat/mouse in my attic and had a professional come out to set traps inside and outside of ... I saw a rat/mouse in my attic and had a professional come out to set traps inside and outside of my home. He caught the one in the attic. He used this product in the big hotels he placed on each of the 4 sides of my home outside. I have not seen another rodent yet and hopefully I won't, knock on wood. When I looked inside of one of the hotels it was obvious something is eating the poison.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Only good mouse is a DEAD mouse Tried glue boards but they didn't work. Placed baits out in various spots of the garage and attic. Mainly where I seen droppings and a nest in the furnace space compiled of insulation. After two days I found the dead mouse in front of my daughter's car on the garage floor. Yahoo!!!!! Wife and daughter are happy, so I am happy.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this product because of mice in our house, fed the mice 4 or 5 blocks and they never ... I purchased this product because of mice in our house, fed the mice 4 or 5 blocks and they never died even weeks after eating, we continued and still no dead mice. we did notice there droppings turned green as an indication they had eaten the blocks
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY THIS!!! If you have mice, buy snap traps, why in the heck would you want to kill a mouse and not be able to find it. Once poisoned a mouse can die anywhere then comes the maggots and smell. Wait until one dies in your walls and attic. USE SNAPS.
Date published: 2016-07-24
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