The Victor® TIN CAT® is a metal trap that can be used inside or outside your home, apartment or business. A trap can catch up to 30 mice at a time and is reusable. These live traps contain no poisons and do not kill the mice – they can be used around food, water, children and pets.
Large Capacity for Maximum Effectiveness
Amazingly, each TIN CAT® trap has the capacity to catch and contain up to 30 mice, reducing time spent emptying your trap and maximizing the amount of mice you can capture. Position all around your property anywhere mice have been spotted.
Convenient Indoor and Outdoor Design
With its slim, low-profile design, TIN CAT® mice traps can be placed inconspicuously throughout your home, especially in suspended ceilings, raised floors and underneath furniture. This trap can also be used outside your home, business or apartment to keep rodent intruders from making their way inside.
No-Touch, Non-Lethal Rodent Solution
Does the sight of a dead mouse gross you out? Then you’ll appreciate that the TIN CAT® doesn’t require you to touch or even kill the mouse. When the secured metal trap is full, simply release your unwanted guests back into the wild, being sure to follow any local guidelines.
Simple 3-Step Method
Bait – One dab of peanut butter is all you need.
Place – Setting the trap is as easy as placing it down where mice have previously been spotted.
Release – When the trap is full, follow your local authority’s guidelines for releasing captured animals into the wild. You can reuse your trap as many times as you need.
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Victor® TIN CAT® Mouse Trap
For catching mice if you do not want to see or touch them
Easy to use
One trap catches up to 30 mice
Can be used around food, water, children, and pets
Made in the U.S.
What's in the box?
1 trap model M310S
Victor® Live Traps - Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How many of mice are born at once? How do I know that I've trapped them all?
A: It’s practically impossible to tell when you've trapped them all. You should continue to trap as long as you see mice or notice signs of activity. The most apparent sign of an infestation is fresh droppings.
Q: What is the most common mistake in trapping?
A: The true number of rodents present is underestimated. As a result, not enough traps are used. Although you have killed a few rodents, the remainder of the population continues to multiply.