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...a mouse?

 

I set a mousetrap earlier in my garage. I even put some nice cheese on it. I just went to check it. Mr Mouse is caught in the trap by his tail. He's eating the cheese. He obviously can't run away, or he would have legged it when I appeared. I don't want to just let him go, because he's injured, and besides, well, he's a mouse, and i didn't set a deadly mousetrap for nothing...

 

So, what's the best way to send him on his way without causing him any more grief than necessary, and without grossing me out in the process?

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LOL Robert

 

Put an old cloth or newpaper over it, whack it with a hammer, and dispose of the remains.

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LOL Robert

 

Put an old cloth or newpaper over it, whack it with a hammer, and dispose of the remains.

 

 

blimey, that's a bit harsh isn't it??

 

It's a part of the food chain, so let him go.....survival of the fittest and all that, and another animal or bird will be fed,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

or you can whack him with the hippy-hammer:D :D :D

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LOL Robert

 

Put an old cloth or newpaper over it, whack it with a hammer, and dispose of the remains.

Hmmm, messy, yet surely effective. I like it. :D

 

I'll wait a few more minutes (he hasn't finished his cheese yet), and see if anyone comes up with anything else.

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Screw the mouse, get that hammer out - if you're precise, it's a clean kill

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just let him go.. they are hardy.
I don't want to appear like a soft touch to him. If I let him go he'll only come back. To be honest I'm not really treating it like a fishing trip, and I hadn't realy intended to 'catch and release', if you know what I mean...

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Screw the mouse, get that hammer out - if you're precise, it's a clean kill
Hmmm, I should point out that it is late and I have had a few...I don't think I could guarantee a 'clean kill' and more than I could guarantee not to end up in Accident & Emergency.

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Cover it in molten chocolate!

...lol...:D

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Polonium-210 should do the trick.

 

 

just don't eat it afterwards:p

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blimey, that's a bit harsh isn't it??

 

It's a part of the food chain, so let him go.....survival of the fittest and all that, and another animal or bird will be fed,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

or you can whack him with the hippy-hammer:D :D :D

 

It has already failed the survival of the fittest test by getting caught

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Well, I asked my kids. They were quite imaginative. One suggested putting mouse and mousetrap in the tumble dryer for half an hour (wife wasn't too keen on that one), and another suggested stuffing it into my bottle of Strongbow! :eek:

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Well, I asked my kids. They were quite imaginative. One suggested putting mouse and mousetrap in the tumble dryer for half an hour (wife wasn't too keen on that one), and another suggested stuffing it into my bottle of Strongbow! :eek:

 

Nooooooooo! Don't waste the Strongbow!

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I think I've got it sussed. I'm going to put him in the wheelie bin. He should be able to see out his last few hours quite comfortably in there, and if he manges to escape he probsbly deserves a second chance anyway.

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...He should be able to see out his last few hours quite comfortably in there...
Cover it in molten chocolate!
If U've gotta go...U've gotta go!

 

But what a way to go girls eh?!...;)

 

 

...lol...:D

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A weight on the mousetrap and a bucket of water would be quicker for it.

 

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There is a good chance it might have babies near by. So a good root around in the morning might be a good idea.

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