Is your house infested with bugs and tarantulas of all kinds? Do you find yourself swatting at the walls and the floors as soon as the sun sets? And do you, deep in your heart, hate poisoning and killing insects as much as you wish they never entered your territory in the first place? My Critter Catcher is the solution!
My Critter Catcher is a unique device developed some folks who were fed up with manually clobbering the creatures wandering in the nooks and crannies of their houses. It is, after all, heart-rending to behold those insects wriggling and suffocating to take their final breath. The Catcher, true to its namesake, simply clasps the creatures, holding them in an unbreakable prison until you set them free outside your house.
My Critter Catcher captures spiders, roaches, wasps, centipedes, moths, scorpions, and a whole lot of other bugs. It acts as a kind of a prison that doesn’t kill the creatures trapped inside. Instead, you can release the insect outside where it belongs. As you might know, insects are often attracted to the unnatural light from within our houses.
Insects are in fact highly useful in maintaining a balance in our environment. You can’t just smash them, or worse, poison them and feel happy about it!. They have a right to live, as much as we humans do. That is exactly what My Critter Catcher offers. It gives the animals their birthright without affecting your conscience.
Here’s how it works: squeeze the trigger-type handle to open up the bristles. Point the 4-foot long Catcher at the bug. Slowly move it toward the creature, and once the bristles cover its entire body, ease the pressure on the handle to snap the insect in place. The bristles will cover up the bug from head to toe, thus allowing you to carry the stick and its captured insect outside. Simply squeeze the handle again to release the creature wherever you want to.
Since the length of this contraption is 4 feet, you can easily scour your ceiling and other hard to reach places to capture bugs. And it is durable. You can be assured that it is durable enough to last longer than any insect that has graced the earth, including cockroaches!