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living in air vent
we tested it with a piece of cheese...covered in bleach
I like house mice. I like the rats on the street, too (we have loads of them in Uptown), and would totally find it cool if they were not so scared of people, and more like pigeons and would just shuffle about on the sidewalk during the day, if they weren't so diseased and all that.
then i saw its cute whiskers
invest in mousetrap
bait carefully with bacon
mouse problems no more
due to living in an air vent
we are pretty sure it is restricted to the ceiling
therefore, no way to seduce it with a trap
now it eats bleacheeese
i might go and make some.
Turn the crank which rotates a vertical gear, connected to a horizontal gear. As that gear turns, it pushes an elastic-loaded lever until it snaps back in place, hitting a swinging boot. This causes the boot to kick over a bucket, sending a marble down a zig-zagging incline which feeds into a chute. This leads the marble to hit a vertical pole, at the top of which is an open hand, palm-up, which is supporting a larger ball. The movement of the pole knocks the ball free to fall through a hole in its platform into a bathtub, and then through a hole in the tub onto one end of a seesaw. This catapults a diver on the other end into a tub which is on the same base as the barbed pole supporting the mouse cage. The movement of the tub shakes the cage free from the top of the pole and allows it to fall.
prop a plank of wood against it, the mouse will scamper up and fall in because they are stupid and not be able to get out
we have only seen its snuffling nose
but killing it isn't an option if you can't get it out afterwards
dead rodent aroma
and do some drug testing on it
My dad set traps though and it got caught and killed :(
However, it had a baby mouse that was still running free around the place. My sister and I saved it when my parents were out once and we kept it as a wee pet for a while, before setting it free. We got a picture of it once... lemme see if I can find it...
glasgow pest control, popgrime?
I could get my dad to go up to your flat and get it, though? He looks like Bruce Willis and stuff
that's your standard suburb dwelling mouse
this one is a stunning urbanite
and was called Basil.
He just took them off for that picture because he didn't want people seeing it and making him famous as some 'human-esque mouse' thing. He read Dostoevsky too.
tell it its in the wrong place and give it directions. it probably thinks the bleacheese is some new kind of rave drug.
we named it mr jingles
to spawn an army of supermice that will destroy our kitchen
balanced tube on kitchen surface...choc at end
it fell through my ceiling and i caught it with a bucket!