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Chitown
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Rating: 5

Does the job

posted 5 years ago

I live in the country and occasionally have need to catch a feral cat with my Tomahawk trap, which I then use to transport the cat to my vet for vaccinations and spaying or neutering. It comes with clear instructions, and features a release door at the opposite end of the trap door, which is a smart, practical idea.

Pros: Effective humane trap

Cons: None

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Mary P.
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Rating: 5

Tomahawk live cat trap

posted 6 years ago

I bought mine back in 1997. Had a feral female to catch & get spayed. It worked & I got her & she got spayed. Pretty easy to use, comes with directions. Nothing to assemble. Great trap. Highly recommend!

Pros: Effectively traps cat, pretty easy to use

Cons: none

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