An increasing number of householders and business owners want to know the answer to the question – how do I get rid of mice humanely.
As interest in being wild-life friendly and responsible in matters to do with the environment grow, they are looking for more sensitive ways to deal with issues such as pest control.
Also, there is greater understanding that mice and other pests do not mean harm, and are close by precisely because of the conditions created by us humans.
Getting rid of mice – important to many
That said, getting rid of mice quickly is still something that is very important to many people who experience mice infestations. Many people are so upset, that they say they don’t mind how the mice are got rid of, they just want them gone.
From SUPERPROOF’s point of view, the answer to this question is a positive one – because it delivers the only solution that works.
For decades, we have been stuck with the mindset that killing mice is the only way to get rid of them. Always press the nuclear button. But for lots of reasons, killing mice does not work – whether that is by using mice bait or traps of various sorts.
Mice have become evolved to counter attacks from humans and other prey. They learn to avoid bait and traps.
Rise of the super mouse
A new breed of super mice is becoming resistant to poison, so no amount of it will get rid of the rodents. But it will present a danger to household pets, and wild animals, like rare birds of prey, like owls and hawks, that eat mice.
That leaves just one significant way to get rid of mice – and that is to proof your property against them.
Not only is this the best and most effective way to get rid of mice, it is also the most humane and wildlife friendly. That is because you do not need any poisons or traps that can harm other animals, and you do not need to kill mice.
Protect living space to get rid of mice
The principle is that you protect your living space, blocking all potential ways mice can get in. Then, mice that live nearly in walls and roof spaces, cannot get in to forage for food.
Because of that, they have to go elsewhere for food. And because they do not like a long journey to work (their only work is to find food) they leave the property.
Okay, they have to find another property to live in. But it will not be yours. You will not have wasted a lot of money on traps and poisons that do not work.
Neither will you have harmed of killed any mice, pets, small children or wildlife. You will have answered the question: how do I get rid of mice humanely? Because you would have done it!