A: Chipmunks eat nuts and seeds above all other foods. I used walnuts for squirrels because they ruin the mangos. But after trapping one was so sad we stop.
A: peanut butter on pretty much anything should work
A: I used a piece of bread and cheese mixed together in a ball, then set it in the "trigger".
A: Hi Rich! Peanut butter alone or mixed with oatmeal makes good bait. Thank you for contacting us! ~PF Harris
A: Fruits, nuts and seeds
A: I attached a little cup to the trigger mechanism and filled it with sunflower seeds. These traps are very effective.
A: My store shows 4,921 ship to store which means there are none in the store. You need to check with your store to see if they have them in stock. I ordered a pair and they came in quickly. Ship to Store for free and Ship to Home for Free.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. Home Depot stocks this product in select stores. Check with your local Home Depot store. Thank you. P.F. Harris
A: Only at selected stores..
A: This product is not labeled for trapping kittens. The trap measures 10 inches (length) x 4 and 3/4 inches (width) x 4 and 3/4 inches (height). Thank you. P.F. Harris
A: The trap is too small for kittens. Harris trap is for mice, voles and pack rat size critters.
A: For one kitten, it’s pretty small, a squirrel got trapped in mine and it was tight quarters.
A: It might work. I did catch a squirrel one time in it.
A: We caught a squirrel with it but not sure about baby bunnies.
A: This product is not labeled for trapping baby bunnies. The trap measures 10 inches (length) x 4 and 3/4 inches (width) x 4 and 3/4 inches (height). Thank you. P.F. Harris
A: I'm catching mice so it might very well catch baby bunnies. But why would you want to? Please don't hurt them.
A: This trap will catch anything that gets in it and trips the door.
A: I imagine it could, although I never did. I've been trying to catch chipmunks, which it does very well.