ANSWERS: 29
  • Kill that fucker. There's 10 billion more where he came from!
  • None of the above. That's what the cats are supposed to do. They need to earn their keep.
  • I trap to kill. If I catch and release, the mouse will only find it's way back in. +5 :-D ! ! !
  • I would buy a python catch the mouse live and feed it to the snake
  • Release it Z_@
  • Catch and release traps. In my experience, they are more costly and less effective, but I don`t feel right about killing mice.
  • I trap to kill. Mice cause enough damage as it is!!
  • I would probably trap to kill
  • Lol...What an interesting question Shatzee. When I was a kid, I lived in an old house that was never "mouse-proof". One time I caught a young mouse and, because of my great love for animals, put it in a paper bag, and rode my bike all the way to the park late at night (!) to release the cute thing into the bushes. Had my older brother caught it, he would have killed it immediately, but I could never kill anything furry. Now you know I'd choose the trap that catches live for safe release. :)
  • I prefer mice with their necks snapped.
  • neither, i'd get out the 'ol shotgun. just like in ratatoulli or however that movie is spelled lol. hide and snipe, but with a shotgun since its close range anyway... xD BOOM! and a nice big blood splatter on the wall! And there wouldn't be much mess to clean up either... lol, nothing left cept the blood stain xD
  • Trap to kill
  • Trap for safe capture, with peanut butter) and take them for a ride to another place.
  • Well, I have a process. I love animals but sometimes, humane traps/methods simply do not work and rodents are a real threat to not only your health but they can really really wreak havoc on your house and personal belongings. First, I try repellants, such as sonar repellants or herbal repellants. Most of these I find work but only for a little bit. Then, I try the catch and release traps. Same story. Worked, until they started getting smart and propping the doors open and/or tipping them over and getting the peanut butter inside. If that doesn't work, I start with the lethal traps. I prefer snap traps to poison or sticky traps (the worst) because at least the snap traps are relatively quick. Poison or sticky traps take agonizing days to kill them.
  • Kill If I catch and release they just find their way back in. My rule is if it's outside it's their turf. If it's in my house it's on.
  • I would borrow a cat, Problem solved. If I had to choose, it would be a live trap, I would let it go in a more mouse like habitat.
  • Trap. Mice are nasty. Bigger pests, like racoons or opossums, trap & release.
  • I have suspicions that the mice that find my place so attractive were caught in somebody else's house and dumped near mine. I would return the "favor" if I knew who they were. But, I don't, so I just kill them (the mice).
  • I would let my cat come inside my house, and let the cat handle it. +5
  • I will release my rats :P They will find it and bring it to me. They will probably not hurt it but just bring it to their cage.
  • I would make sure the mouse did not come back with a gang of his friends. I don't like hurting animals at all but I do not consider a mouse an pet. I do not mean to offend anyone who has pet mice. I just do not want them in my apartment. I've been lucky to not have any mice for almost 19 years so I kinda think I wont be having any at all which is fine with me. :-)
  • Count the little bugger dead already.
  • both!! i want to get rid of them anyhow.
  • The cat solves that type of problem - and very effectively too ;0)
  • I'd borrow my daughters cat.
  • Live trap because I can't stomach seeing a dead animal or being the cause of its death, even if it IS a pest.
  • I'd get the kind that kills the mouse and lets you throw it away without seeing it. I'm very phobic about mouses. But I also have two cats, so it's likely one of them would catch the mouse before the trap did, and I'd still have to deal with seeing a dead one.
  • I would't kill it for sure, I like all rodents. But the truth is, even if you catch it and then release it will come back. It's its home. I think I'd catch it and keep it as a pet in cage ;p
  • kill the SOB - it will only get into the house again

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