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Multi-Catch Live Mouse Trap

  • 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

We Know Rodents, providing simple and effective rodent control since 1898

We Know Rodents

Since 1898 we have studied and learned how best to control mice as they are a growing problem all over the world.

The Catch and Hold Mouse Trap

The Catch and Hold Trap

As mice enter the trap they soon enter a chamber in which they cannot escape, and can be released from.

Non-Toxic and Poison Free Trap

Non-Toxic

With pets and children in mind, we wanted to ensure we have products that are poison-free and non-toxic.

Got Mice?

Got Mice?

We can help.

Identify Your Problem

Identify Your Problem

Learn more about the rodents that may be infesting your home

Mouse Infestations

Mouse Infestations

They pose a serious threat to humans and pets.

Find Reliable Solutions

Find Reliable Solutions

Trusted solutions for all your trapping needs.

No Snapping Parts, Poisons, or Toxins

No Snapping Parts, Poisons, or Toxins

These live animal traps help you catch and release live mice while protecting your home from infestations.

Simple to Use

Simple to Use

Simply bait, place, and monitor daily for a catch!

Trapping Tips

Trapping Tips

Use high-protein baits, such as peanut butter, to attract rodents to your trap.

Where to Place

Where to Place

Place traps in several paces throughout your home where you've noticed rodent damage or activity.

Catch and Hold Mice Trap

Catch and Hold Mice Trap

Catches up to 4 mice per setting and can be used both indoors and outdoors.

Releasing Mice

Releasing Mice

To release mice simply slide the lid open with trap facing away and release mice far away from your home.

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
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Mice
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Features
No Additional Features
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Location
Garden,Home,Perimeter
Pack Size
1
Pest Common Name
Mouse
Pest Control Type
Rodent Control
Product Type
Cage
Returnable
180-Day
Safe for Pets
Yes
Trap Type
Live Animal

Questions & Answers

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This doesn't seem to have any air vents, do you find that a lot of mice die from lack of air if y...

Asked by Loretta January 9, 2020
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Not only do they get plenty of air, a mouse chewed through this “trap” to allow in a whole lot more air, and let himself escape in the process.

Once you have them trapped then what do you with it ? Throw it a way while they make noises in th...

Asked by Stephen August 24, 2019
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You take it outside, a distance from your house, and open the trap to release the mouse.

Will it hold a rat

Asked by Jr July 14, 2018
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Way to small fore full grown rat,But a baby rat might fit. So far the largest mouse body size was almost 3 inches.

Can this be used outside

Asked by Cc June 28, 2018
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I suppose. Please check it daily though. It isn't humane if you leave a critter to bake or starve in there. Better just use a snap trap and get it over with.

Will this catch voles?

Asked by Jay June 7, 2018
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I suppose it could catch anything small enough to fit through the entrance that is enticed by the bait. I've found peanut butter attracts mice.

How many can it hold?

Asked by ConsideredCustomer September 19, 2016
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I caught 5 babies in one night.

How long can mouse b in trap before it dies ?

Asked by Sherry December 31, 2015
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Probably no more than 2 or 3 days

can I use this to trap my sons pet gerbil that escaped and is hiding in a hole in the wall i think

Asked by gerbil October 15, 2015
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if it is mouse sized it will work.

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

Asked by KIT December 19, 2014
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It merely holds the mice.

Two questions:

Asked by lerian December 16, 2014
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A ritz cracker worked great for me. It is kind of hard to notice if there's a mouse in it. I hold it up to a light.

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I feel good doing what is right, as a animal lover I couldn’t ask for something better thank you
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Response from Woodstream TeamAugust 27, 2020
We appreciate this valuable feedback.
Very ineffective
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Quite useless. After two days of listening to mice go in and out of the trap, I decided to use a snap trap. Within five minutes of setting the snap trap, a mouse was caught. One hour later, another mouse was caught. And another... While the concept of this trap is great, the operation is not. The mice dragged this trap from one location to another like it was a toy. I have a soft spot for all animal life which is why I chose a no-kill trap as my first option. In the end, they had to be killed because the trap would not do its job as advertised. Not a single mouse was caught with this trap.
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Response from Woodstream TeamApril 29, 2020
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Caught 6 mice in 4 attempts.
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Caught 6 mice with 4 attempts. This works very well. Mice go in and then patiently wait to be released. (Note: the damage to the lid in the picture is my own fault. Mice didn't do that).
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Response from Woodstream TeamJanuary 14, 2020
Wonderful!
Wanted a more humane way to catch a mouse. Put it where we thought the mouse would pass a lot and...
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Wanted a more humane way to catch a mouse. Put it where we thought the mouse would pass a lot and 6 hours later it caught it. Took it 2 miles away to the nearest forest. Wash the trap with a host and stored it for the next use
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Response from Victorpest SupportJune 15, 2019
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Worked for me with some peanut butter and patience. It took a while (3 weeks to be exact) to fina...
Worked for me with some peanut butter and patience. It took a while (3 weeks to be exact) to finally get the location right, but after seeing the mouse make a few laps, I put the entrance to the trap right against the wall where he always made his kitchen run. Trapped him this morning and released him in a park a few miles away. NOTE: I had to tape down one end of the cover after sliding it on... it had a gap that could have been easily squeezed through otherwise.
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Worked well after the modifications noted below. First off, I had already killed a few mice via t...
Worked well after the modifications noted below. First off, I had already killed a few mice via the "5 gallon bucket log roll mouse trap" (Google it, excellent for large infestations like a farm environment, not my case of a few/several mice) and the Victor plastic snap trap (worked once, and then word was out I guess, and they were able to thwart it several times after the initial one-time success). Also I prefer not to use poison baits if I can help it. That led me to look for an inexpensive catch & release. The first couple nights, the mouse was able to get in, eat the peanut butter and get out (NJ mice, so a little more street savvy). After two failures I zeroed in on the ramp and trap door as being the weak link -- pretty big weak link, as that is essentially the trap. Solution: magnetize the trap door and the ramp. I used three small very power round magnets and hot glued them to keep the trap door shut one triggered. But the most important improvement was to simply lay a very powerful donut magnet on top of the trap to keep the ramp up against the top top of the trap. Further improvement was to hot glue a small piece of metal to protect the section on top that ramp rests against. Result = Success, two nights, two mice. Hopefully that's it, but we'll see.
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Went to Europe for a month and when we came home a family of mice had moved in! Purchased two of...
Went to Europe for a month and when we came home a family of mice had moved in! Purchased two of the traps. A dab of peanut butter and we were on our way. Caught a mouse or two each night for a few nights. Released them into the wild at the abandoned Navy Base close by.
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Caught a mouse and it was able to chew its way out of the trap amd escape. Material is obviously ...
Caught a mouse and it was able to chew its way out of the trap amd escape. Material is obviously too flimsy. Useless.
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Response from Victorpest SupportDecember 20, 2017
We apologize for this experience. A mouse needs to eat several times per day, so it is important that the mouse is released shortly after it is trapped. We recommend checking the trap frequently.

This trap is covered by a 30 day return policy and a one year warranty with a copy of the purchase receipt. For further assistance, please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867).

Best Regards,

Jennifer
Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation
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Find the trail they use in you home (look for droppings) and put it right in its path. Toss in a ...
Find the trail they use in you home (look for droppings) and put it right in its path. Toss in a nice dollop of peanut butter and just leave it. I put the trap up at 4pm by 6am i had changed it 5 times with a total of 9 mice. These traps can hold about 4 adult mice or maybe 6-7 small ones. Remember to find where they are coming in first, block it off good. Then recheck perimeter. Good Luck
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Awww! These Beasts <3
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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
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