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Model # M333

Internet # 202668291

Store SKU # 518867

Multi-Catch Live Mouse Trap

$3.99 /each
  • For catching and releasing mice
  • Disposable or reusable - depending on your preference
  • Can be used around food, water, children, and pets

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Product Overview

You can get rid of the mice in your house without having to see or touch them or kill them - this live trap is the ideal solution for you. The Victor Multi-Catch Live Mice Trap allows you to catch and release the mice without having to touch them. It is disposable or reusable, depending on your preference. This live trap can be used around food, water, children and pets.

  • Enclosed unit is perfect for those who do not want to see or touch mice
  • Disposable or reusable for convenience
  • Catches up to 4 mice for long-lasting use
  • Plastic construction provides durability
  • Easy to bait and set
  • Does not use poisons for safe indoor use around children and pets
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
17.5 in 
Product Height (in.) 
5.25 in 
Product Width (in.) 
7.25 in 

Details

Application Type 
Trap 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor,Outdoor 
Pest Type 
Mice 

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Does the trap kill the mouse or merely hold it in place for recycling?

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The mice are still alive in the trap. You can release them FAR away (like two miles) from your house, or you can empty the trap into a plastic bag, tie it shut, and place in your garbage. Mice are vectors which carry diseases. They will destroy your house if you're not proactive.
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It holds the mouse (or mice) for you to release. I try to release my catches a few hundred feet away in a woods. I have caught up to two mice at a time in it. Since it is a humane trap; you will want to check it every few hours or your guest may die from thirst.
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January 13, 2015
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This is a humane, holding trap, but go for a better metal one, they can get out of this one.
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January 1, 2015
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It's alive as long as you don't wait too long to release it.
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This trap will catch the mouse live so that it can be released elsewhere.
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1. what do you use for bait? and
2. how do you know if there is a mouse inside?
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1. I used peanut butter for bait and placed it all the way in the back of the trap. I put water in the little groove that's meant for bait.
2. You have to take the trap and hold it up to a light to really see if there is a mouse in there. Unfortunately shining a flashlight on the trap isn't good enough. This morning I heard the mouse chewing on the plastic trying to get out so that is another Read More
1. I used peanut butter for bait and placed it all the way in the back of the trap. I put water in the little groove that's meant for bait.
2. You have to take the trap and hold it up to a light to really see if there is a mouse in there. Unfortunately shining a flashlight on the trap isn't good enough. This morning I heard the mouse chewing on the plastic trying to get out so that is another indicator! Read Less
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(1) Almond butter (we didn't have any peanut butter like the instructions suggested). (2) The trap is dark green, but is also translucent, so you can see through the walls and easily tell that you've got a mouse inside.
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January 13, 2015
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Peanut butter worked for me. The plastic is kind of transparent, you'll see it in there, or just pick it up. But buy the metal ones, far better design.
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We would recommend a small dab of peanut butter as bait. This trap has a see-through lid so a mouse will be easily visible.
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How long can mouse b in trap before it dies ?

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It will probably only survive a few days in the trap, but you really don't want to keep it much longer than that. It will whiz in the trap and makes a stink like something wicked!
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I recently read that these are not humane unless you check the trap every hour. The mouse can die from the stress.
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January 4, 2016
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There are several factors that would determine how long the mouse will live. We recommend checking the trap frequently and relocating the mouse as soon as possible.
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can I use this to trap my sons pet gerbil that escaped and is hiding in a hole in the wall i think

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This trap is intended only for mice and has not been tested for gerbils. Please contact us directly at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) for assistance in determining which product is best for your needs.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awww! These Beasts <3 These beasts are in action! I bought 3 of these traps when I noticed one morning that my cat had a mouse in his jaws. I deployed a trap and didn't catch anything. The cat is 13 years old and pretty useless when it comes to hunting. Then we switched to regular peanut butter instead of reduced fat. This was a game changer. So I discovered that I had a little furry friend squatting in my brand new truck. While I don't mind these little beasties that much, I was worried about damage to my new vehicle. This trap caught the little furry guy. This week we set up a trap in the kitchen because we noticed that these beasts are sneaking into the peanut butter cup stash. We have successfully caught and safely released two mice less than 4 days. They must be of the same mouse clan, because they have the same caramel color on their fluffy coats. One time I read "there is plenty of room for all of us on this planet". That is so very true. I'm really glad I bought these traps <3 January 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works sometimes Our trouble with mice is that they seem to get wise to traps after a while. We haveused this trap and it does work, for the first 1 or 2 mice,but after that mice seem to 'get smart' and avoid it. However it does work sometimes. Also agreewith someone else who complained that small mice can escape. Also, one more caveat is that after the first use, you would have to clean out the droppings to reuse, and that's not something everyone wants to do. June 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great, Reusable, Easy, Great Value I have caught two mice so far with the trap within three days. Day one, I put a few pieces of chicken and some peanut butter in. "Rita" went in. I drove a couple miles away and let her go. Day two, I put some cheese popcorn in with peanut butter, and there was evidence a mouse climbed over the trap but not in. Day three, I put chicken and peanut butter in, and what I thought was Ralph, wasn't, the trap had caught a tiny, baby field mouse. So, Ralph and Rita may have been busy. I let the baby go a couple miles up the road. This trap definitely works, I think it depends on the food you put in. This trap was easy to use. I am not mechanical and my hands don't work well, but I found it simple to slide the top cover on and off. I never had to touch the mouse. Be advised that both times the mouse tried to hide under the "ramp." When I let Rita go, I couldn't coax her out, so I left the trap in some bushes then went back for it the next day. The baby field mouse was easy to tip over nudge out. I let Rita go right away, but the baby was not in there at 3:30 a.m. but was in there at 10:00 a.m. and was still alive when I let it go around 11 a.m. (No idea how long it was actually in the trap.) Maybe I can get a picture next time. :) If you're a fan of Ralph and the Motorcycle, or are like me and have a hard time killing an animal unnecessarily, you'll love this trap. Totally worth the $3.99. June 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless The mice have eaten everything around the trap and left it untouched. We have tried it in four different places and they won't go near it, but prefer "real" food instead... June 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by You better release it fast or it'll find a way out The mouse escaped. Plain and simple. No chewing. Just escaped. Here's my story. I've used traps like this before. In fact, I have a large metal one in my attic. That trap is so effective that it accidentally traps mice when I'm not actively checking (or baiting!) the traps to gruesome results. So I couldn't find the smaller single-mouse Victor traps and was desperate to catch this little bugger in my kitchen who had already gotten out of an (albeit broken) single-size humane trap. Set this new one up, put the bait in the trap and waited. Two days later I see the mouse on my counter, having completely ignored this trap. *sigh* I then very lightly dab tiny smears of peanut butter on the overhang of the trap, just for scent, and do the same all the way into the trap where I put another dab. Yay! Success! Of course I catch it at 11 at night with a small child at home and couldn't travel 2 miles to release it. So I put it in the garage on top of my car, ready to head out in the morning. Next day I grab the trap to put it in my trunk for the short journey. It's...empty. Not chewed. The top door wasn't open. It was just empty (except for the ton of excrement.) So the mouse just figured out how to escape the door trap mechanism. That NEVER happened with my big metal one (or even the smaller, single-mouse plastic ones, well, except that broken one mentioned above.) This is either the smartest mouse, a ghost, Houdini reincarnated, or this trap just does not properly hold mice. I guess in the future, if you do catch one, keep the trap in a tall bucket until morning in case the mouse escapes. Otherwise you're better off with another trap. I refuse to kill mice and would rather let them off in the woods and become food for some other creature or whatever than do the deed myself, so I will continue to buy humane traps. But it looks like I'm going to have to put the monster trap in my kitchen (or garage now) because this one just didn't cut it. PS: That mouse took up half this trap. There's no way 4 can fit in there, at least not in my neck of the woods. May 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works but not durable Bought the trap and caught 10 mice over 2 weeks, one and two at a time. After the second or third use, one gnawed his way through the plastic to get out the back. Reinforced that gap with a piece of a soda can and rubber bands. Subsequent visitors launched a wholesale attack on the plastic around the entry doors, rendering the trap useless. So, the trap is effective and reusable as long as you check it frequently and empty it. I did not let more than 12 hours pass between checks. Anyone reading this that thinks they only have one wayward mouse, be advised that's what I thought too... January 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works fine and a great price Used this trap in a lower kitchen cabinet drawer where I’ve noticed chewed straws and plastic bags along with mouse droppings. Used a pinch of bread as bait and placed the trap before going to bed. Over the last 10 days I’ve found a mouse every morning in the trap, once two mice. Once a mouse chewed through the top corner and escaped, but two pieces of duct tape covered that up as the picture shows. It does take a few tries to get the lid on properly and it could have been made of a clearer plastic as it’s sometimes hard to see a mouse in there (shine a flashlight up through the bottom). And you have to clean it out after use so wear latex gloves and run it under the faucet with hot water. As another review mentioned, you only think you have one mouse but you probably have quite a few. February 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by That was easy & humane! We were dreading dealing with our new nocturnal, furry houseguest as we did not want to hurt or kill the little guy. Even with all the positive reviews, we were still skeptical. Now that it's done, we had to write a positive review of our own! Our little squatter walked right into the trap within minutes of putting it out. We drove him to his new home, put some food out and released him. The whole "rehoming" took about 15 minutes from start to finish! January 12, 2016
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