Introducing Model GT606 the new Gravity Trap from Tomahawk Live Trap, co-designed and endorsed by Neighborhood Cats. When a cat steps on the trip plate, the front door drops by using gravity - no springs are involved. This makes the trap quieter than a spring-loaded model and virtually eliminates any risk of injury to a cat or kitten from the falling door. Unlike other gravity traps on the market, the front door locks automatically! No clips or carabiners needed, no chance of the door opening if the trap accidentally rolls over. And, unlike other brands, you don't need three hands to set the trap - just lift the single rod connecting the front door rings with one hand and lift the door with the other. The “Easy Release” rear door is recessed 1” and protected by ¼” reinforcing rods to prevent damage to the door and door slides. Plus, the rear door has an attached lock, so once again, no extra clips needed! Another advantage of our gravity trap is the trigger rod rests against the side of the trap out of harm's way, removing the chance trapped cats can hurt themselves on protruding rods or wires. GT606 is a tough and durable trap, yet it only weighs 9 pounds, which makes it much easier to carry than heavier traps. And our traps are clipped together at the seam with heavy duty clips rather than hog rings to provide additional strength. This trap measures 30" long x 9" wide x 11" tall.
The Gravity Trap also includes all the great TNR features found on our other Neighborhood Cats traps: 1) Extra-Large trip plates to prevent cats from stepping over the plate and stealing bait without setting off the trap, 2) large hand guards to prevent handlers from getting scratched and also convenient for labels, 3) a guillotine-style rear door that allows easy baiting of the trap as well as safe and easy transfer or release of captured cats and, 4) double handles to improve stability when carrying a trapped cat..
These traps are built to last a lifetime and come powder coated at no additional charge. "This is the best TNR trap available today," says Neighborhood Cats.
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