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A simple dead-fall style trap that will capture a cat without hurting it.
These are the materials I used simply because they were on hand. The whole machine is very simple so substituting your own materials will not be a pro...
1. Attach the bait to the wire. 2. Attach one end of the wire to the inside of the milk crate. I centered it on the bottom. 3. Prop the milk crate up ...
Sit back and wait. Sooner or later a cat will come and investigate. Then the fun begins.
When the cat pulls on the bait, the milk crate will fall down, trapping the curious creature. My cat fell for it five times - she kept springing the t...
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I wish I still had a cat.I would do this.
I used one of those (but smaller) and put a pillow in it and put a old t-short over it so they have the neck hole to get into it!! She loves it!
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