The Answer Caring Consumers Have Been Waiting For -- The Better Mouse Trap for Greener Living

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Catch-A-Mouse is the Better Mouse Trap that Caring Consumers have been waiting for. The first eco friendly & humane mouse trap, the Catch-A-Mouse reuses empty plastic bottles to catch mice while also allowing consumers an easy and convenient live release option. The Catch-A-Mouse is safer for households with children and pets, no poison, no sticky glue and no dangerous snap. Green Bottle USA, maker's of the Catch-A-Mouse, offers numerous products which are practical for families and also gentle on the environment.

We have found that consumers especially prefer the Catch-A-Mouse because it removes the 'ick factor' from mouse trapping; mice are securely contained within the bottle which allows clean and touch-free release or disposal of the mouse.

We are all doing it or at least we have been trying to do it - living greener. Americans are trading in their "clunkers for cash" to drive more fuel efficient vehicles; they are reducing waste by separating recyclables from household garbage and they are even making small changes like switching to compact fluorescent light bulbs to conserve energy. We all understand the importance of becoming eco-conscious, and in large and small ways we are conserving resources to save money and the environment. Products which offer a green environmental benefit while providing a practical solution are finding increasing favor with mainstream consumers.

Green Bottle USA's new Catch-A-Mouse, eco-friendly mouse trap, is just one of these greener products which makes life a little better. This fall, millions of Americans will encounter an unwanted guest sharing their home - a mouse who has moved inside as outdoor temperatures drop. Caring consumers have found Catch-A-Mouse is an alternative pest control solution which is eco-friendly because it uses recycled empty plastic bottles and nature-friendly as caught mice can be humanely relocated alive outdoors. Catch-A-Mouse is a clean and convenient product which is safer than other pest control options, especially for those households with children and pets. There is no inconvenient setting of trap or snap, no worry about pet's paws or children's little fingers discovering a snap trap, a sticky glue pad or poison!

Current studies estimate Americans throw away more than 60 million plastic beverage bottles a day. With the Catch-A-Mouse, plastic beverage bottles get a second use as a humane mouse trap.

Easy to use, consumers simply reuse and recycle empty plastic water or soda bottle, bait the bottle with peanuts or peanut butter and attach the bottle to the Catch-A-Mouse's cheese- shaped entrance. Mice attracted to the baited bottle enter the cheese-shaped trap entrance becoming humanely caught and unharmed inside the bottle.

Mice caught within the humane mouse trap cannot escape, trapped mice appear relaxed and comfortable inside the bottle until live release is made possible outdoors. With Catch-A-Mouse consumers experience no alarming discovery of a snapped or poisoned mouse, trapped mice are cleanly contained within the bottle eliminating the mess or hassles associated with other pest control methods. Relocation of the bottled mouse from your home to the outdoors is touch free and convenient. Rodents trapped using the Catch-A-Mouse can be released by rotating the trap upside down and placing outdoors.

Product inventor, Bryan Muche, comments "We have found that consumers especially prefer the Catch-A-Mouse because it removes the 'ick factor' from mouse trapping; mice are securely contained within the bottle which allows clean and touch-free release or disposal of the mouse."
The product is available at participating retailers including Orscheln Farm & Home Stores and online at http://www.greenbottleusa.com with a retail price of $6.99 plus shipping.

Green Bottle USA, a small, nature-friendly company based in Janesville, WI , markets eco-friendly products which are made of or reuse empty plastic beverage bottles.

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