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August 31, 1990 | JANE APPLEGATE
For Jack Cutter, a better mousetrap doesn't just catch mice, it lets them live. Cutter, founder of Seabright Laboratories, invented a green plastic Smart Mouse Trap after disposing of one too many mice mangled by conventional snap traps. Instead of being killed, mice caught in his $10 reusable trap are carried off to a release point and eat their way to freedom through a soda cracker lodged at one end of the trap.
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August 31, 1990 | JANE APPLEGATE
For Jack Cutter, a better mousetrap doesn't just catch mice, it lets them live. Cutter, founder of Seabright Laboratories, invented a green plastic Smart Mouse Trap after disposing of one too many mice mangled by conventional snap traps. Instead of being killed, mice caught in his $10 reusable trap are carried off to a release point and eat their way to freedom through a soda cracker lodged at one end of the trap.
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December 31, 1998 | ANDREA KITAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Question: Do you have resources for humanely moving rats and mice out of my home? I hear there are herbal and sound repellents. Do they work, and where can I get them? --F.P., Topanga Answer: I don't know of any herbal remedies that will send the little buggers packing. And I would be very suspicious of any such product, not to mention sound repellents, which by and large are unproven. Since you don't want to kill the rodents, your best option is to "live" trap them.
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