d-Con Ready Mixed Baitbits
d-Con Ready Mixed Baitbits
By d-Con
3.70 / 5 based on 23 Reviews
Delta B.
67 reviews

Does anyone else worry about a mouse eating this, then your cat getting a hold of the mouse?

Max H.
Max H.
Chicago, IL
2 years, 2 months ago
Yes. Or hawks, or other large birds, or ratting dogs, or the poison leaking into the local water supply once the dead mouse/rat decomposes.
Danielle A.
Danielle A.
3 years, 9 months ago
We used the closed version of these and the mice don't always go back to their nest. Keep an eye out for dead mice around the area of the trap.
Maryann A.
Maryann A.
Hampton, Ga
3 years, 11 months ago
Not sure if it could hurt the cat. Maybe ask a veterinarian !
Angel K.
Angel K.
Foster, WV
4 years, 1 month ago
I've never heard of it being a problem
Tanya F.
Tanya F.
Kissimmee, FL
4 years, 1 month ago
I have used these before and have not had any issues (I have two cats)
Dianna B.
Dianna B.
Del City, OK
4 years, 3 months ago
Never had that happen. I would think it wouldn't be an issue as the mouse wont be moving
Jessica P.
Jessica P.
4 years, 3 months ago
Not of my dog (or a cat) getting a mouse that has eaten it but actually getting into themselves.
Lori M.
Lori M.
Waco, TX
4 years, 3 months ago
YEs, my sister's pup got into it. It was a horrible day...but she survived
Anthony D.
Anthony D.
East Peoria, IL
4 years, 4 months ago
Yes, as a cat owner I will say that I do worry about my cats getting a hold of a poisoned mouse. But my cats are indoor cats and I never had to use it indoors. After eating it the mouse will most likely return to its nest.

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