A Cruelty Free Way to Catch Your Critter in 3 Simple Steps…
Step 1: Place bait in back of trap
The type of critter you’re trying to catch will determine what you should use to bait your trap. Here is what we’ve found to work best, so you can be prepared to use your trap the moment it arrives.
Rabbits: Apples, Carrots, Lettuce, Brussel Sprouts
Racoons: Fish, Marshmallows
Squirrels: Peanut Butter, Sunflower Seeds, Popcorn
Moles: Peanut Butter, Worms
Chipmunks: Peanut Butter, Sunflower Seeds, Raisins
Step 2: Set the Trap
Set the live animal trap in the general vicinity of where you’ve seen the critter.
If you haven’t actually seen it yet, set it in an area that you think the animal travels through.
You can do a bit of light camouflage on the trap by placing some small branches and leaves on top. You can also leave the bait out too, in an unset trap for a few days to make sure you get the critter’s attention.
Step 3: Check your Trap Regularly
Once your trap is set, be sure and check it daily.
Animals can become stressed and irritated if caged for long periods of time.
Once you have your catch, simply take the trap using the protected handles, and release the animal back into the wild.
Peace of Mind & Cruelty Free
If you’ve ever experienced unwelcome critters invading your garden and gnawing at your food, digging holes in your yard, or ripping apart your trash bags at night, you know how frustrating it is.
That’s why we created this simple, safe, humane and FAST solution.
This single door, simple to set trap will arm you with everything you need to easily and safely remove unwanted guests.
The single door trap from Parker 8 has been designed, tested, and used by both professional trappers, and first timers who have no animal catching experience.
Because of the user friendly design, it’s ready to use immediately.