Live Trap - Large
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Meg S.
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Rating: 5

ACO's best friend!

posted 5 years ago

Our ACO's use all sizes of the Tomahawk live traps . Chipmunks up to dogs can be traped safelty in these traps. The easy transfer traps are the best for getting the animal from the trap to a cage or to release back in to the wild.
These traps are definitely their best friend.

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Cons: none

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FLPhanGirl
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Rating: 5

Ideal for humanely trapping feral cats

posted 6 years ago

My husband and I do feral cat rescue work, and when we need to trap a feral or a stray who needs help/ needs to be spayed or neutered, etc., this trap works so well. It's very sturdy, not too heavy, and easy to use once you practice with it a few times. It has helped us to help so many cats over the years!

Pros: Sturdy and effective

Cons: no cons

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