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The One-Door Live Animal Trap is extra-small trap and designed to capture a number of small-sized critters such as chipmunks, squirrels, flying squirrels, weasels, rats and voles. Designed and field-tested by trapping professionals, it uses an ultra-sensitive trip-plate to capture these tiny animals and a close-set wire mesh to contain them. With the right bait, you’ll draw your target animal into the trap. Once the animal trips the trigger, the gravity-action door drops behind them, safely holding the critter until you can humanely release it.
To protect the animal, the trap features smooth internal edges that keep the animal safe from harming itself. Each trap features a carrying handle so you won’t come in contact with the animal inside.
Ideal for humanely catching squirrels, chipmunks, rats, weasels, voles and similar-size nuisance animals.
One gravity-action door with sensitive trigger to ensure quick, secure trapping.
Smoothed internal edges protect and prevent injuries to animals.
Designed for higher catch rate and fewer escapes.
Built to last - resists rust and corrosion.
Comes fully assembled and ready to use.
Dimensions: 16 in x 6 in x 6.375 in.
Target Animals for the 0745 Havahart Humane Live Animal Cage Trap
Use peanut butter to 'glue' sunflower seeds, corn or raisins to the trigger plate of your chipmunk trap, then place it near the chipmunk burrow, under bushes they hide in or under a shed or similar structure.
Try a variety of food in your trap, including bacon, peanut butter or nuts. Place the rat trap near walls, wires or other pathways you believe the rats use. If you see rat droppings or gnaw marks, you’ve found the right spot.
The baits squirrels love match most other small animals – peanut butter, nuts, apple slices and grains. Place the trap where squirrels are active, but away from other food sources, such as a bird feeder.
These mouse-like animals have a small range, so place your trap within that territory. Bait with apple slices, nuts, sunflower seeds or gum drops. You can 'glue' those items in place with peanut butter.
Step-by-Step Trapping Guide
Step 1: Baiting
Often times, it’s easier to bait the trap before setting it and placing it. For most animals, you can apply peanut butter to the trigger plate and add some supplementary item to it as further incentive to the target animal.
Step 2: Placement
Your trap should be placed where there’s evidence of the pest animal’s activity. In particular, try to place it near its nest and in any areas where it might normally find food. Remove all other food sources, if possible.
Step 3: Release
After the capture, try to make the animal as comfortable as possible. Cover the trap with a towel, and release the animal at least 2 miles away. Be sure to check your local catch-and-release laws before trapping.
Product Included:One-Door Animal Trap*1