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11 of 11 people found this review helpful:
Excellent Animal Trap
By R on 09/12/2011
I found the trap sturdy and easy to use. Trapped animals were easily removed through the rear sliding door. This was especially helpful when I trapped a skunk.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By A. on 04/24/2012
We live in a small town, with a woods behind our house. Realized we had many cats. We like cats and were feeding them. We did not know about ferel cats, but through talking to several people and studying video's on line, we realized we had a fast growing problem.After talking to our county animal recovery people, we realized we needed to trap some. We bought a trap at a local store that was made so cheaply and didn't work. After returning the trap, we got on line and ordered your trap. Worked Great!!!! We are cleaning up the woods.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Rear Sliding Door worth the extra cost
By Teresa on 08/08/2012
Other traps without the rear sliding door make removing a wild cat difficult. A rear sliding door makes the job much easier and is well woth the additional cost. You do not risk being scratched as you would when you attempt to open the trap door on the standard trap.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Works Amazingly and Simply!
By Cathi on 09/02/2015
I was afraid to use this at first, as it looks a bit medieval, but once I viewed the tutorial vid and practiced setting it, I was amazed at how easily and well it worked. Used it to capture and transport a colony of feral cats a few miles down the road where I can continue being their caregiver.
By Emily on 12/23/2015
Excellent product, excellent service.
Great traps. Very sturdy
By Jennifer on 12/10/2016
Well made and easy to use. They are great for tnr.
By Kathleen on 08/03/2017
Trapped a feral cat and it works like a charm...definitely humane and well worth the price for your trapping needs.
Caught 5 Wild Rabbits in First 6 Days
By Jim on 08/09/2017
What works beside the cage mechanics is the recommended use of carrots and lettuce for rabbits but also spraying the cage with apple cider - that drew them. After catching, released to park about 3 miles away. Have gone 2 days without sighting a rabbit.