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Catch and Release Humane Mouse Trap

$13.24
  • Humane trap helps get rid of mice without killing them
  • Sanitary, animal-friendly design safe for use around kids or pets
  • Transparent profile gives a clear view of the trapped mouse
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About This Product

The Catch and Release Humane Mouse Trap is an effective, reusable, no kill trap that is ideal for animal lovers. Its safe around children and pets and requires no clean up. It's easy, safe and sanitary to use, just Bait, Catch and Release.

Highlights

  • Catch and release human mouse trap is effective and reusable
  • Easy, safe and sanitary to use
  • Just bait, catch and release
  • Safe around children and pets
  • Requires no clean up
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Mice
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 308471733

Model # EMT-LIVE

Store SKU # 1004066850

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 5.5 in, W 7 in, D 5 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

5 in

Product Height (in.)

5.5 in

Product Width (in.)

7 in

Details

Features

No Additional Features

Indoor/Outdoor

Indoor, Outdoor

Location

Indoors, Perimeter

Number of Doors

1

Pack Size

1

Pest Common Name

Mouse

Pest Control Type

Lawn Insect Control

Product Type

Cage

Returnable

90-Day

Safe for Pets

Yes

Trap Type

Humane

Questions & Answers

23Questions
caret
Q:How do I cancel this order I forgot I was shopping for rat traps not mouse traps
by|Apr 27, 2023
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Contact Harris at 1-800-637-0317 with your order number and detail or go to homedepot.com to cancel. Thank you. P.F. Harris

by|Apr 27, 2023
    caret
    Q:Does the trap require a sticky pad to or just the trap itself.
    by|Feb 21, 2023
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Harris Catch and Release Humane Mouse Trap does not involve a glue trap. Just add a small amount of food type bait such as nuts, peanut butter, cheese or your choice of bait. Thank you. P.F. Harris

    by|Sep 17, 2023
      2 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:Hello Does the product have an EPA number?
      by|Dec 9, 2022
      3 Answers
      Answer This Question

      A:  This question is not applicable to the humane, non-lethal mouse trap that I purchased from Home Depot, no EPA number is required with this product. There is no substance (such as a poison) in the trap, it is set with peanut butter as a lure. There is no 'waste' disposal as it is CRUCIAL that you check the trap often and then RELEASE the live mouse outside and away from your home. I hosed the empty traps and soaked them in a pail to clean them. I found the traps work very quickly, so check them often. Hope this helps.

      by|Jan 29, 2024
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  No. An EPA registration number is not required by the EPA for this product. Thank you. P.F. Harris

        by|Aug 30, 2023
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  I’m not sure I understand the question.  EPA numbers are for hazardous waste haulers.  I have four of these and they are very effective catch and release mouse traps.  Not something the EPA would be regulating. 

          by|Aug 30, 2023
            1 found this answer helpful
            caret
            Q:I live in Florida.I dont have mice or rats but I frequently see small lizards inside my home.I dont want to kill or harm them.Can this be used to trap lizards?
            by|Nov 12, 2022
            2 Answers
            Answer This Question

            A:  You may find this to be effective however it is not labeled for that purpose therefore we cannot recommend. Thank you. P.F. Harris

            by|Nov 15, 2022

              A:  Maybe - how big is your lizard?

              by|Apr 5, 2024
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                Customer Reviews

                4 out of 5

                • 4 out of 759 reviews
                • 77% recommend this product
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                It works!
                I baited this with peanut butter and oats, left it sitting out for about a week, and this morning I found a mouse. I'm so glad I tried these traps!
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                  • Recommended
                  Awesome
                  Super easy. Caught that little fella within a few hours. Used a bit of peanut butter as bait and bang! Let him go behind the house. Good quality. Came assembled just need to add bait. Super easy.
                  by
                    • Recommended
                    Easy to set up
                    This was very easy to set up. My mice seem to like chocolate (they ate my stash), so I used a PB cup piece in the trap. Two were caught on the 1st night in separate traps. I was concerned about them chewing through the plastic but both were safe and sound, and calm, in the morning. They found a lovely new home together miles from my house.
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                      • Recommended
                      The humane traps were so easy to use. I used peanut butter for bate. I had 8 mice that were trapp...
                      The humane traps were so easy to use. I used peanut butter for bate. I had 8 mice that were trapped over two days. After trapping I took each mouse over to a creek park like area within 30 minutes of trapping and released them. I dont kill Gods creatures.
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                      • Recommended
                      23 found this review helpful
                      It is so easy to use. It took a day or two to catch the first mouse, but after that they were lin...
                      It is so easy to use. It took a day or two to catch the first mouse, but after that they were lining up to get caught. I put peanut butter with flax seed in the trap. It only takes a little bit. I was really happy to release them and know I had solved my problem without taking the mouses life.
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                      • Verified Purchase
                      • Recommended
                      14 found this review helpful
                      Awesome trap. Catch and Release the little guy!...
                      Awesome trap. Catch and Release the little guy!
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                      • Verified Purchase
                      4 found this review helpful
                      These traps work!
                      I couldn’t stand the thought of killing these little mice and I tried to find something that would allow me to catch them and release them outside far from my house, unharmed! First night, and it worked like a charm. Ordering more!
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                        • Recommended
                        17 found this review helpful
                        Overall good, with some considerations
                        When this trap works, it works well. I now have 3 of them. I recently purchased 2 and immediately caught a few white-footed mice in our house with one of them. I went to deploy the 2nd trap, but the small pad that helps to latch the entrance door open, was not quite functional. I am not sure what happened since it was new. Someone above mentioned "etched" after use. So point is, this is a very inexpensive live trap and you unfortunately have to expect something like this. I'm glad I purchased 2. I think I can figure out a way to fix this other one in time. To its credit (& I give them high praise for this), when I contacted the manufacturer, they simply sent me a replacement. I've also had to adjust the step-plate mechanism a little on the one that has now captured 10 mice. Again these are inexpensive. You can do this by reaching in from the rear opening, and gently push or pull the trigger plate up a little. Not much! This helps to get the small pad to fit underneath the front door, and keep that door open. Again it became a little 'loose' after catching some 10 rodents. I was able to purchase mine at Home Depot for less than the price listed on the Harris site. Again, when all the parts align like my first one did, this thing catches mice. I also like the rear door option vs. other traps which either do not have one, or operate less easily. I also really like the translucent tint vs. the other brands that are solid/dark. I like that I can see what I have caught. The rear door "glide guides" can be a little tricky. That is, you have to be mindful of getting the grooves in the removable door lined up precisely - it's a tight fit, as it should be. No surprise there - the surprise to me was how easy it is to NOT get them lined up and yet still partially put the door back on. I found one rodent 1/3 out the back door! ha ha. I had not fully lined things up and the mouse did what a caught mouse will do, pushing, and looking for a way out. He almost found it. Finally - yes, mice chew. It's what they do. And they, like my squirrels out back, will chew everything including plastic. So they do slightly chew on these traps. Each time I catch one and pick up the trap there are tiny microplastic pilings beneath it. I'm sure that over time, one of them is going to chew on something important to the trap operation. But again, these are inexpensive units. Just buy 2-3 if you decide to buy one at all. This is the 5th type of live trap I've tried. The only other one that works as well is another translucent one with a front "push open" door. But in that one, you rely on the rodent to push it open, because it detects food inside. I caught a bunch of mice with it as well but they chewed the door even quicker, making it easy for the next mouse to simply get a toe under it and escape. The beauty of this Harris version is that the door opens from the top down vs the other one which is bottom up (and no spring load). So the Harris I rate as #1. The other gray trans one, #2. All the others, esp the solid gray Victor, are dismal as rodent traps. Even the black TomCat has not performed well.
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                          • Recommended
                          34 found this review helpful
                          It Works. Caught 7 Mice
                          These are awesome. They are super easy to set and the mice can stay inside safey for a few hours or overnight until you come and release them back into wild. Apparently my garage was the hottest mouse vacay spot in NC. I offered unlimited peanut butter crackers, bags of dog food and a dry pasta buffet bar. However once the traps were set I caught two mice every day. Since me and the mice were like BFFS at this point after months of supplying their food and shelter we named them. Seriousl these traps are fantastic and well worth the money
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                            • Recommended
                            20 found this review helpful
                            Worked even for tiny mouse
                            I bought 4 sets (8 traps total). By the 2nd day the traps were up I caught the little guy. A few notes: 1) The trap's door is triggered by weight and it's ment to catch small mice thus baiting the trap (with peanut butter) was a bit annoying as to much bait will keep the door from staying open. 2) The trap that caught him was placed right in front of hole I had seen him escape into. This is likely a factor in why the trap worked so quickly. 3) The trap is not loud at all and the mouse was silent so you really do need to check the traps daily.
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                              • Recommended
                              20 found this review helpful
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