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Posted by Robin on 16:45:06 9/8/2016 from 74.128.132.231:

Hi,
I am working with an exterminator but I have a few questions. I moved into an old house and found mouse activity. Set out the sticky traps because I have a cat and I didn't want the cat to get hurt by the snap trap although I've known these to be quick, more humane and effective. So...the sticky traps didn't work. Actually found mouse poop on them but no mouse. So put out many more and still no luck. My cat has been watching intently under our stove and fridge for about a month. Finally last night she caught two. This morning I found what appears to be a mouse embryo in the livingroom. Doesn't appear to be a baby mouse yet but an actual embryo. Would this have come from one of the two mice, a pregnant one? It was only one embryo. And it was sorta large...doesn't seem like 6-8 of these would fit inside a mouse BUT I am wondering. Is it an embryo that got dislodged when my cat killed the mouse or can I expect to find many more of these? Strange.



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