DT1 - The Drop Trap

DT1

$119.75

Model DT1 is our feral cat drop trap designed with help from the Neighborhood Cats organization. This feral cat trap collapses to 36"x18"x3" for easy storage and transportation and is easy to set up in seconds with no tools required. When set up this trap measures 36L" x 36W" x 14"H for a total...
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Model DT1 is our feral cat drop trap designed with help from the Neighborhood Cats organization. This feral cat trap collapses to 36"x18"x3" for easy storage and transportation and is easy to set up in seconds with no tools required. When set up this trap measures 36L" x 36W" x 14"H for a total of 9 square feet of trapping space. These convenient feral cat traps allow you to catch wary or trap shy cats with a simple pull of the string. The drop trap comes with a built on prop, easy release sliding door, and a weight flap to hold the trap in place. The easy release door lines up perfectly with model 306NC transfer cage and features attaching spring clips provided on the trap for secure transfer from trap to transfer cage. Drop traps are simply the most effective way to catch trap shy cats or multiple cats at one time. (Does not include string) A remote control trigger is also available for separate purchase here.

Specs

Weight:
18 lbs
Size:
36W x 36W x 14H
Wire:
1 x 2 - 12 gauge

Love my drop trap. It works perfectly with my Tomahawk traps.

I feed a female feral cat at my house. She is a young cat, maybe 2 yrs. old. I have tried for months to catch her using a regular live trap. No matter what I did or food I put in, she would never go in. She has had a few kittens. I have taken the kittens once they were weaned and get their shots and spay or neuter. I have been lucky to get them adopted. I ordered this drop trap and the transfer cage, the same day I received it, I CAUGHT HER! She is now spayed and released. No more kittens. Get this trap for hard to catch, smart cats.

We have used this model to catch several feral s and it works wonderful. I feel like Wile Coyote and trying to catch the Road Runner waiting to pull the rope and drop the trap. Once dropped I cover with an old blanket and place a large stone on top to help keep the trapped cat from lifting the edge of the trap. Attach the carrier and then take cat to Vet for surgery and then release.
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