Cat traps

To: Tony Russell <>
Subject: Cat traps
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2001 20:15:20 +1000
Tony Russell wrote:
> Yeah, good idea Syd, then they can run straight through. Wonder why no-one
> else ever thought of that ?
> T.
> >
> > My only experience of cat trapping has involved domestic moggies, which
> are
> > rather naive.
> >
> > But I pass on for what it's worth, the advice of the Botany Professor of
> the
> > U of Q of 50 years ago.  He reckoned that feral cats were very wary of any
> > trap that had a single opening, but if the trap was open at both ends they
> > would enter.  So build a cage with trap-doors at each end.

Do elliot traps open at both ends?

I don't expect it would be too difficult to have two trap doors that are
triggered simultaneously.

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