Best Used For:Mice
Humanely Trap Mice without Seeing or Touching Them
Victor® Live Mouse Traps allow you to humanely catch and release mice without ever have to even see them. Simply set this trap alongside a wall where mice travel, and bait it with a light-weight and protein-packed food, like peanut butter. When a mouse enters, the door will close shut indicating a catch. Simply lift the door to release the mouse, then reuse the trap or dispose of it as you please. For better efficiency, place two traps along the wall, back to back.
Model # M007 Catch Method Catch & Release Reusable Yes
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateHighly recommend
After living for months with a mouse in my kitchen I finally caught it in a matter of hours. We tried the traditional mouse trap and the critter ate all the bait but never triggered the trap. The Havahart is fantastic. Released the live mouse way out in the woods in our neighborhood and we have been mouse free.
Review RateGood, until you get mighty mouse in your house
First mouse I caught easily within a couple hours. Let him go. Trap worked great. The second mouse though, I swear is mighty mouse. The trap winds up completely cleaned out and he's knocked the door off the hinge and dragged the trap across the room. This happens with little time passed between checking it. It is definitely a mouse as I've seen it but this one knows how to get free peanut butter snacks.
Review RateA great product.
Inexpensive but very effective. Trapped a field mouse and safely released him.
Review RateNo Harm, Perfect Mouse Trap
Bought these because I knew if I told my landlord I saw mice they’d use poison on them. I set both traps as instructed, used peanut butter on a crouton lol and literally within hours I caught 2 mice and easily released them. This is truly the best way to go. No harm done :-)
Review RateMyhusband and I like them.
The traps work well. Our 2 cats sometimes bring in live mice and moles. We can catch them and put them out of the house. We had some traps and couldn't find any more locally.
Review Rateworks great
Mice are unharmed. Easy to release them. If you're a bit squeamish about mice, you don't need to touch or even really see them.
Review RateWorks for me
I just caught my mouse in one of these. Peanut butter in the back, put it in someplace dark, along the wall in the kitchen and the next day, the door is closed, the cage is full. Just make sure you don't go just outside your house and let them go, I thought I caught 6 mice until I figured out it was the same one returning 6 times, but maybe you're not as dense as me. I've had the same traps for 10 years and had many inhabitants pay a temporary visit. Sometimes you get a clever mouse who gets the bait and escapes the trap, but they all eventually slip up and get caught.
Review RateSafe and effective
I love these traps. I've caught dozens of mice over the years. After realizing there's a mouse around, I set 5 or 6 of these in areas near the sighted mouse and I always catch a mouse within a few hours if not minutes. You do need to make sure the catch is working properly by slightly bending it if it's not exactly right. Also, place the trap where the mouse will likely approach it from the front or else the mouse can bump the trap and set it off without getting caught. Once you get the hang of it, these are awesome. I once had a mouse escape after catching it, but this can be avoided by checking the traps regularly and placing a piece of tape over the "door" after catching one. I use peanut butter as bait. It's best if the bait is fresh (less than a day old) so you can't just leave them around indefinitely and expect to catch one when it shows up. Set them when there's a mouse around. Highly effective and safe around kids and pets.
Review RateDoes not always give desired live humane release. Best to monitor and release ASAP.
The poor mouse was virtually dead when I found it in the morning covered in its own excrement. o\Obviously tried to get out all night, stressed out. It came good over the day but died the next day. Felt so bad for causing it such distress. Would of been more humane to kill it outright.Response From Havahart®Patty : Consumer Relations Representative
We apologize for this experience and appreciate the feedback.
This trap should be checked often so that the mouse can be released as soon as possible. Mice can die when trapped more than 8 hours.
Please give our Consumer Relations Team a call at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with additional questions.
Review RateJoke trap don't work
Complete joke of a trap Caught a mouse last night, I know I did because the mouse rattling in this plastic trap woke me up in the very early morning hours, and I got up to see, the trap had added weight and movement inside, I should have delt with it then because when I got up this morning the mouse was gone, easily escaped, it takes little to no effort to lift the door past the tiny plastic piece on the side designed to hold the door down one triggered, yes apparently even a mouse can do it, from the inside My purpose for buying this trap wasn't actually to save the mice lives but to um just prolong it for a bit, you see when I release a dead mouse out side, our outside cats would play with it a bit and then have lunch, and well, my kids thought it would be more sporting and fun to release the cats lunch if it were still alive, and I kinda agreed it might be fun exciting to watch, But not with this trap, you have to keep the mouse in the trap to do that, the trap is designed to release the mouse for you, before you can even get it outside, I guess next time I will have to get the kids out of bed at 1 in the morning if they want to see the cats have a midnight snack, before the trap automatically let's it go for me Sorry cats, no breakfast on the go this morning, just your old dry bagged crunchy stuff todayResponse From Havahart®Lauren : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for sharing this experience. When a trapped rodent has been discovered, we recommend releasing it as soon as possible to prevent the animal from panicking and attempting to escape.
We appreciate this feedback and have shared these concerns with our Product Manager. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867) with any additional questions.