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Victor
Color
Silver
Style
2 pack
Material
Tin
Item Dimensions LxWxH
10.32 x 6.22 x 1.9 inches


Victor TIN CAT Mouse Trap with Window

Live Trapping for Mice

Use this Victor TIN CAT mouse trap with window to eliminate the mice in your home. Designed for humane catch and release of mice, it holds up to 30 rodents at once. The convenient clear window allows for easy viewing of trapped mice, and the lid opens for simple, offsite release.

Placement of Traps

The durable metal construction is suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and since it contains no poisons. Feel free to use it around children, pets and food.

Product Features

  • Designed for humane catch and release of mice
  • Able to catch and hold up to 30 mice per setting
  • Lid opens for easy release after catches
  • Slim metal construction for indoor or outdoor use

How to Use the TIN CAT

This Victor Mouse Trap is just so simple to set up! Start by adding a bit of peanut butter inside the trap and then fasten the lid. Then place the trap or traps near where you see mice and wait. This larger trap can hold up to 30 mice before it needs to be emptied, really making it ideal for larger infestations.

Tips for Trapping

A common mistake people make is to use too few traps. The most mice are captured in the first night after the trap is placed; afterward, those that remain are more cautious. Using plenty of traps means you can end the infestation even faster! When you begin to stop seeing fresh droppings, that means the mice have been eliminated. One the traps are full, simply follow your local regulations regarding animal release and let them go far away from your home.

Victor TIN CAT Mouse Trap Victor TIN CAT Mouse Trap w/ Window Victor Catch & Hold Mouse Trap Victor Live Catch Mouse Trap
Mouse Capacity per Trap 30 30 4 1
Humane Live Trap
Reusable

Description

You can get rid of the mice in your house without having to see, touch or kill them - this live trap is the ideal solution for you! The Victor tin cat mouse trap allows you to catch & release the mice without having to touch them. It catches to 30 mice & is disposable or reusable, depending on your preference. Easy to set & bait, This live trap is safe for use around children & pets when used as directed.

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Preston Crow
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Trap, Never Caught Multiple Mice
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2017
Size: 1 Pack
We had a mouse problem in our attic, and we had been using the single-mouse catch-and-release traps. Half the time the mouse would be rambunctious enough to get out of those traps. With the Tin Cat, we''ve never had a caught mouse escape. The only down side is that we''ve... See more
We had a mouse problem in our attic, and we had been using the single-mouse catch-and-release traps. Half the time the mouse would be rambunctious enough to get out of those traps. With the Tin Cat, we''ve never had a caught mouse escape. The only down side is that we''ve also never caught more than one mouse at a time, which was something we had been hoping to do. We suspect that the caught mouse is making enough noise to keep others away. Overall, we''ve caught over a dozen mice. We did have one mouse that hid under the inlet ramp, and refused to move when I was trying to release it. I found that by putting the tube from a toilet paper roll in the trap, the mice chew on it and hide in it, and it''s easier to get them out. It''s also nice to use the tube as a place to stick the peanut butter bait. The trap is the perfect size to put four such tubes in if you like. I would also recommend keeping the box that Amazon ships it in or something similar to carry the trap in when you take it in your car to a distant location for release.
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jdsnetworking
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
dissapointed
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2019
Size: 6 Pack
This was a product I really wanted to like. In the past I''ve used clear plastic live traps. They worked GREAT, but if left overnight with a mouse they would chew their way out. I thought a metal trap like this would be perfect. Judging by the size of the mice we were... See more
This was a product I really wanted to like. In the past I''ve used clear plastic live traps. They worked GREAT, but if left overnight with a mouse they would chew their way out. I thought a metal trap like this would be perfect. Judging by the size of the mice we were catching with the old traps, they would easily fit into these.

Unfortunately, after several weeks of using them not a single mouse was caught. We used the same bait as the other traps, peanut butter, which always worked in the past. We even tried cheese, still no luck. We tried putting the bait different places inside the trap, even on the "doorway" to tempt them inside. We did see mouse dropping around these traps, but nothing ever went in. As a test, we put one of the old plastic traps on top of one of these traps (literally sat it on top, lol)... and caught 3 mice in the plastic trap the same day!

Maybe our mice are claustrophobic, but for us these were a waste of money.
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jachansen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This will solve your mouse problems.
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017
Size: 1 Pack
a little peanut butter inside and you''ll catch the mice if there are any. A couple mice a night isn''t uncommon in spring and summer. It''s a live trap, but I''m in no hurry to empty it and if they are still alive I fill a bucket with water and drown them. It''s cruel, but I''m... See more
a little peanut butter inside and you''ll catch the mice if there are any. A couple mice a night isn''t uncommon in spring and summer. It''s a live trap, but I''m in no hurry to empty it and if they are still alive I fill a bucket with water and drown them. It''s cruel, but I''m not opening the lid or taking them to my neighbors house while they are alive. I tried launching one off a 40ft cliff but it landed and ran off, damn things are sturdy. Drowning is quick. Yes I could use a snap trap, but I can''t catch multiple mice with the snap traps. I caught at least 50 mice this summer with these traps. I use them at a cabin in the woods, everything is trying to get in. I use these 3 of these on the perimeter of the cabin. No more problems inside.
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Carrie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rodent-Free Kitchen and Guilt-Free Conscience
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2016
Size: 1 Pack
I bought a couple traps to relocate the mice that had taken up residence in my kitchen and eaten my silicone muffin pans. A bit of peanut butter inside the trap caught the first mouse within a few hours. A week went by with no captures, so I changed the bait to parmesan... See more
I bought a couple traps to relocate the mice that had taken up residence in my kitchen and eaten my silicone muffin pans. A bit of peanut butter inside the trap caught the first mouse within a few hours. A week went by with no captures, so I changed the bait to parmesan cheese and caught two more overnight. I took this picture a moment before they realized they were free to escape into the wild. I''m glad they''re out of my house, but still alive and well to fulfill their rodent destinies.
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Roy A Rudder
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works like a charm!
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
Size: 1 Pack
Ok being honest! Have had this a while so I know & I bought 2 more... Pros & Cons... If you see 1 mouse there are as many as 60. This works better than the single capture mouse traps since it catches many at once. I got 7 at once & in two weeks I got 10, beating my cat by... See more
Ok being honest! Have had this a while so I know & I bought 2 more... Pros & Cons... If you see 1 mouse there are as many as 60. This works better than the single capture mouse traps since it catches many at once. I got 7 at once & in two weeks I got 10, beating my cat by 5... Being scared mice, they don''t go in the single capture traps often, but this one is covered... BAIT: I use peanut butter and Nutella on a paper towel so it''s easier to discard & clean, also at times, cat food. CONS: Edges can be sharp, don''t cut yourself around a bacteria filled object, mice can carry nasty stuff... Be clean & careful (DON''T TAKE THIS FOR GRANTED, look up Haunta Virus, it''s rare but you don''t wanna be that person). 2nd, mice will die & or eat each other in there if you forget to check the trap. I stopped looking as I was expecting to hear them rattle the trap, or my cat usually tells me when I get some. You will defeat the point of it being a humane trap if you leave them to die in it.
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Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
live trap deluxe
Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2016
Size: 1 Pack
durable humane i did improve it. covered all edges with tape so they weren''t cutting sharp. i add paper towel and shredded kleenex. a small jar lid with drops of water and a one with peanut butter. the mice can stay alive a couple days in case i... See more
durable humane
i did improve it.
covered all edges with tape so they weren''t cutting sharp.
i add paper towel and shredded kleenex.
a small jar lid with drops of water and a one with peanut butter.
the mice can stay alive a couple days in case i forget to take trap out for release.
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A. M. White
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best non-lethal mouse trap, if you use it correctly.
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2012
Size: 1 Pack
OK, here''s the scoop on the Victor Tin Cat. It works very well, IF you use it correctly. You are only thinking about buying it because you don''t want to blast your little mouse invaders into the next life, right? Because nothing beats snap traps for efficacy and ease of... See more
OK, here''s the scoop on the Victor Tin Cat. It works very well, IF you use it correctly. You are only thinking about buying it because you don''t want to blast your little mouse invaders into the next life, right? Because nothing beats snap traps for efficacy and ease of use. But the Tin Cat can work and work well if you deploy it wisely. Here are a few suggestions on how to get the most out of the live trap and how to prevent invoking suffering on its rodent inmates:

0. USE DISPOSABLE VINYL GLOVES WHEN HANDLING THE LIVE TRAPS. Seriously, you have to do this to protect yourself and your family. Hantavirus and other infections can result from exposure to mouse droppings and urine. Most people who are exposed to the virus have come in contact with rodent droppings in their own homes. Let''s not get sick because we choose to not vaporize mice who are trying to cohabitate with us.

1. Bait the trap generously. I use a half of a peanut butter cracker per trap, split it in half again and put a quarter at each end of the trap. There are vent holes that the mice encounter when they inspect the trap from the outside. Make sure your bait is right up against the vents. Refresh the bait every time you clear the trap of a mouse, or every few days if you have not caught anyone yet...

2. ...because you''re going to check the trap every day. EVERY DAY. If you don''t have the discipline to do this, then just use the conventional wood and metal Victor snap traps. Otherwise, you''re going to turn your well-intentioned live trap into a killing machine ... a very slow, torturous killing machine. A few things can happen if you neglect the traps more than 24 hours, including their painfully dying from lack of water, lack of food, hypothermia, or cannibalism. Mice have a very high metabolic rate, and will painfully perish after a day or two without food or water. Yes, your bait is in there, but if you''ve got more than one prisoner, it''s party over, man, party over. Second, the metal floor of the trap is an excellent conductor of heat and will rapidly transfer the life out of a mouse if the trap is in a cold environment like a barn or garage. I put some cover in the trap, like dried grass or hay or leaves, enough to ensure that they''ll be able to sit atop it yet not enough to make it not easy to see if someone''s come to visit.

3. When you clear the trap, take the mice at least 100 feet away, further is better, or try to release across a couple of habitat transitions. Distance is best, but if you can''t do that, you might be able to get them across the street, or in that woodlot next to your yard, etc. If you''ve ever seen a mouse hauling tail on a paved surface, you know that they can cover distances in a flash and be right back where they started. In your house or barn. So, again, more distance is better. Remember, mice leave their nest sites to forage ... they know how to find their way back. Their trails are marked with cues, so you have to break that chain so that they cannot find their way back.

4. Another note on emptying the trap. These little guys are scared in the trap, and they look for dark, narrow spaces to hide. So make sure that when you empty the traps, you look into the two little entrance chutes on the inside to make sure that there is no one in there. It''s easy to do... the chute area on the inside of the traps is not much longer than a mouse. But just make it a practice to peek in there so that you don''t forget someone, only to kill them due to the factors detailed in #2, above.

5. Clean it, clean it, clean it. Mice leave a mess, it''s a fact of life. The amount of droppings a pair of mice can leave in these traps is nothing short of amazing. They have the market cornered on healthy bowels. Every time I clear the traps, I tap them a little against the ground to loosen the droppings ... some leave, but some are stuck, but it''s OK because you''re going to clean the traps every week. At least. I use a two-part cleaning process: first, I place the open-top traps on the lawn and spray them with a power stream of water from the hose. That blasts out a lot of the stuck stuff and starts to soften the droppings that are really adhering to the trap floor. Then, about a half-hour later, I hit them with the water stream again, and voila, perfectly clean. I let them sit out in the sun to dry, and then they are good to go. About every two weeks, I spray the traps using 1 part bleach to 10 parts water in a spray bottle to sanitize them. After a half hour, I hit them with water again and air dry. This may seem like a lot of trouble, but I want to the traps to stay serviceable, effective, and not become an undergraduate microbiology project that causes havoc and societal collapse as seen in the movie Outbreak.

6. Deploy them correctly. You have to get your Tin Cat up against a wall or some structure that will lead edge-running mice into it. Place it out in the middle of a floor and the fat lady is never going to sing, brother. My traps reliably catch one to three+ mice every night that they are set out. I run three Tin Cats in my barn that is in a rural forested area with a perennial brook running just 50 feet from the garage ... lots of mouse potential. The traps are very reliable. If they stop producing, and you''ve followed the rules, then move them to a new location ... even if only a few feet away. You can also change bait ... mix it up a little bit. If you''ve had a mouse die in your trap, clean it out and spray with the 10% bleach and sage the darn thing to drive out the spirits of the departed Mickey Mouse.

Finally, don''t use glue sheets/traps inside of your Tin Mouse. Dude, that is like the most cruel thing you can do. The bloody things should be illegal. It would be kinder to just nail the mice to the driveway and back over them slowly with a steam roller. That''s right. So why take on the guilt and bad karma if you can avoid it? They work GREAT without them. Don''t get upsold on something that''s not necessary.

Oh, and if you store these things, don''t just stack them on a shelf somewhere. Because when you go and get them to put them back to work, you''re going to have fossilized mice in there. To store, I clean and dry them, mist them with a little fog of WD40 or 3-in-1 oil, and place them in gallon zip lock bags. When I pull them out, I give them a quick degreasing and washing with Joy dish soap and they''re good to go.

I''m a power user of these things. I''m an ecologist living in the backcountry and I just don''t like to kill things if I can avoid it. In the house, an old 1890 cottage, it''s snap traps all the way, because I need to set traps in the nether parts of the house where I''m not going to see them but every few days. But in the brookside barn/garage where I have a workshop and keep my cars, I''m in there daily and can clear the traps. I''ve had a problem with minks trying to live in my barn... and it doesn''t take a rocket scientist to figure out why they want to live there: ample food (mice), water, and brookside digs ... and now you know why I take my mouse trapping seriously - area-denial warfare against mink!
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Shrimper
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
They work!
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2018
Size: 6 Pack
My exterminator placed these around our house & shop about 2 months ago. I didn''t think they were working because we hadn''t caught anything in almost 2 months -- but now that it''s cooling off, I caught 2 today, 1 in each trap! The dead ones are so small they really don''t... See more
My exterminator placed these around our house & shop about 2 months ago. I didn''t think they were working because we hadn''t caught anything in almost 2 months -- but now that it''s cooling off, I caught 2 today, 1 in each trap! The dead ones are so small they really don''t smell badly, and the bugs eat the remains too. I can look in the end and see if there''s a mouse in there -- and when I checked the second trap today, I didn''t see anything in there, but could see mouse droppings around the trap, so I set it on a table and proceeded to slowly open the lid. The bait (cheese/peanut butter crackers) was well nibbled on, and there were mouse droppings inside, but no mouse. I was mystified -- it''s all but impossible for something to get out of that trap door! But then I noticed a little movement & saw the little guy hiding in the corner under the trap door. I don''t know how long he had left on this earth, but it surprised me and of course I slammed the lid shut. All because of a little mouse. . . . I bet he was as shocked as I was!! I think it would be more humane to add a little warfarin-containig bait (bait block) in there too, so a mouse would have a faster death than cooking in the sun or freezing or death by dehydration. It would just take a few bait block crumbs in each trap.
We needed more coverage for a cabin in the woods, and these are identical so I was pleased to find them. I just hope a snake doesn''t get caught in there! Wouldn''t look forward to getting it out of the spring-levers!!
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Ann in Brittany
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Can you see the mouse?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 21, 2019
My humane mouse traps arrived safely. They are the same design as I have purchased before and the quality and ease of use is very good. However there is a big difference between this model and my previous purchase. There is no “window” in the lid to enable you to confirm if...See more
My humane mouse traps arrived safely. They are the same design as I have purchased before and the quality and ease of use is very good. However there is a big difference between this model and my previous purchase. There is no “window” in the lid to enable you to confirm if you have caught a mouse BEFORE you open the lid. You are not necessarily going to be present when the mouse enters the trap. I have a number of traps because I seem to be a perfect place for little fieldmice to make a home. I really need to see whether there is a mouse un the trap. Big, big failure here
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JCS
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Efficient and humane product.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 12, 2019
Arrived on time. Easy to use and easy to clean. Humanely best way to remove mouse. Not sure why but found that the bigger mice survived and could release them back into nature, unfortunately for some reason twice had shocking experience where smaller mice was found dead....See more
Arrived on time. Easy to use and easy to clean. Humanely best way to remove mouse. Not sure why but found that the bigger mice survived and could release them back into nature, unfortunately for some reason twice had shocking experience where smaller mice was found dead. Can only assume it was from trauma as there is nothing that can hurt them.
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Mr Clive R Stanley
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It works!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 18, 2013
I hate using the traditional mouse traps in the house. Invariably one finds that:- 1) it hasn''t killed the mouse and the poor little creature is mortally wounded with one of its eyes hanging out of its socket, or some other horrific and incredibly painful injury, so you...See more
I hate using the traditional mouse traps in the house. Invariably one finds that:- 1) it hasn''t killed the mouse and the poor little creature is mortally wounded with one of its eyes hanging out of its socket, or some other horrific and incredibly painful injury, so you have to dispatch it by hand. and 2) it''s a wood mouse that only sauntered in out of the cold and was just looking for an easy life. This trap doesn''t harm the creature. Also on one occasion I managed to bag six of the little blighters in one night (this was in a glass house). It does the job. Chocolate works well as a bait.
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Kit
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This trap works, humanely too!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 20, 2013
I really don''t like setting spring traps (or removing squashed creatures from them) but this trap catches the little creatures without harming them. They are very easy to bait, to clean and to empty at a location of your choice - no too near the house! Plus, they work...See more
I really don''t like setting spring traps (or removing squashed creatures from them) but this trap catches the little creatures without harming them. They are very easy to bait, to clean and to empty at a location of your choice - no too near the house! Plus, they work effectively. Just put a smidge of peanut butter inside and mice flock to the trap. We''ve caught dozens now, the flow seems to be drying up after a few weeks.
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Julie
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Great product
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 14, 2019
Easy to use. Caught 3 mice in a couple of days and was able to take them for a walk to release them looking like a crazy lady
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