Somewhere they are baby mice wondering when mommy and daddy are gonna come home.

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After finding a good amount of mice droppings, and semi chewed ketchup packets in a draw in my kitchen. I decided to take action. I loaded up two old school snap traps with a bit of bread and poured ketchup on the bread. I left the traps in the draw and the next morning what i found totally caught me off guard. I guess mice have no problem with chowing down with a corpse in close proximity.


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    dieAntagonista
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    Aw. D:

    Maybe they got both killed at the same time.

    natedog
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    that’s a fat mouse

    medic350
    Member

    What’s a draw?

    peatpunk
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    What are feces? Baby mice! Awwwww.

    funkyGod
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    funkyGod

    I said ‘don’t touch it’, but nooo…

    dieAntagonista
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    @ogie: They do it just because they like wearing uniforms. I speak from experience.

    Elepski
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    You should have done it with a shotgun…

    Stolid
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    I had a mouse in a trap that was half eaten by other mice once… so no, they have no problems with dead bodies..

    Luke Magnifico
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    Here’s what I think. I think the children mice are starving, so the mommy mouse was forced to make the perilous journey o find some nourishing ketchup bread. When hours past, and still mommy didn’t return, daddy mouse took the heartbreaking decision to leave his mewling children, if only for a short time, to find is beloved wife and bring home some food before his children starved. When he saw her, spine broken, blood dripping down the coiled spring of the trap, he was so blinded with rage and despair at the death of the only mouse he’d ever felt… Read more »

    nyoki
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    It took me almost the whole summer to finally get rid of a family of mice living in my walls. Those suckers can squeeze into the tiniest holes.

    dieAntagonista
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    @LukeV1-5: The logical conclusions you draw, I liek ’em.

    compasseagle89
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    summer 2007, while working at a camp, i found a mouse in the walk-in refrigerator. i cornered him, and asked someone to get me something to kill it with. they handed me a serving spoon (no joke). so i took care of that one, which turned out to be the father. the following saturday, i discovered the mother and the babies in the (very unused) potato peeler. i was TRYING to move them outside, but the other person carrying the other half of the peeler dropped it when momma picked up one of the babies and made a run for… Read more »

    Moe
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    A way to catch mice ALIVE!
    -1 bucket
    -1 USED TP roll(empty cardboard)
    – wire or coat hanger.
    – Peanut butter

    Place peanut butter on center of tp roll, insert wire through tp roll, attach wire over bucket, place something (sisters sweater)against bucket for mice to climb to top of bucket- they try to cross the tp roll and fall into bucket.. fill bucket with various fluids to see what kills them fastest- water, dishsoap, drano, acid.etc….

    Moe
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    Did this bucket thing once @ a cottage and woke to find 11 mice swiming over eachother (in water) for a few hours.. after a few more hours, they tired themselves out and drowned….except for the very last one.. I let him go to tell his story to the others.. and servival of the fittest..

    Moe
    Member

    survival…

    conan776
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    @medic350: Ya know, a draw, like where ya keep yer knies, fors, and spoos: a silvawa draw.

    sylvanish
    Member

    @LukeV1-5: You’re missing the babies inevitably resorting to cannibalism. This will dwindle them down to just the fiercest male and possibly the fiercest female, which by that point will be just mature enough to scrounge out of the nest for their own food and likely mate with each other, producing a new generation of fiercer inbred mice.

    @Flappycunt: I like your style.

    @conan776: You make me cry with laughing

    Luke Magnifico
    Member

    @sylvanish: Did I say they didn’t eat one another?

    As far as I can see, I finished with them getting hungry.

    sylvanish
    Member

    @LukeV1-5: then FINISH the FUCKING STORY!!

    SomethingToBelieveIn
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    My parents caught a mouse in their cabinet and then found a litter of dead baby mice in a closet a week later.

    KommissarKvC
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    someone i knew once had some mice in their house, so they went to the store to get a trap, and the only ones being sold, were these plastic ones that were called ‘more humane’ than the normal ones

    these plastic ones turned out to mostly just grab the mouse and hold them there, crushing them slowly, as when i checked the trap in the morning, the mouse wasnt snapped like a normal trap does, it was just squished

    nice to see how great people call a slow suffocation more humane than a quick snapped spine death



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