I hate to break it to Susan...but I doubt mice come as singles.
This mouse is massive and slow. The floor shakes when it ambles by. Susan thought it was one of the cats when it first crossed her bedroom floor.
Seriously though, we have two residing cats in our house. We have mice. Ah, such irony! Prrrrr....
The cats have been on patrol for weeks now.
|Sophie and Stuart on mouse patrol|
I know, I know...I am a top predator myself. And thank you, yes, I am an expert at rodent patrol. But someone would have to unlatch my crate door at night if they want to see how it is supposed to be done. All I can really do is lay there and watch the debacle, night after night.
The family has given up on the Non-Dynamic Duo. They got a real tomcat - a TOMCAT MOUSE TRAP. It has already caught one mouse. (Don't worry, it is a live trap. Dave let the hapless mouse go near the neighbors' who feed the squirrels. He figured there would be plenty of food there while the mouse made its own transition to life in the real world.)
|TOMCAT MOUSE TRAP|