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TNR Return trap credit program
Borrowing human elbow traps are those that cannot hurt them. Whilst the pitfalls may look daunting, they are actually very secure. The use of a human pitfall is the surest way to capture a wild kitty - more secure for the kitty and for you. In addition, it is much more secure and easy for our veterinary technicians to stun the kitten with a snare and supervise the cat's convalescence after the operation.
Any devices must be immediately or upon demand given back. A credit or debit card and a driving licence are required to rent the gear, but your credit or debit will not be debited unless the gear is not given back in time. Instead, if you do not have a credit or debit card, we can make a returnable cheque or make a payment in real time.
100 per case is necessary if a case is corrupted, lost or lost. A $5 per diem delay charge will also apply if a case is not promptly retrieved within the 30 days deadline. You must never let the halyards open or place them unsupervised for long periods of inactivity. Always keep within hearing distance or eye level of your halyards.
Sometimes there are these cases where a kitten could be injured by a snare. Passers-by can let a captured kitten go without even realizing what your intention is, or even worst, they are stealing your pitfall outright. Vehicles could drive across a booby trap in an unguarded car park. By mistake you could catch another game ( e.g. stinker, possum, raccoon) that could get injured while trying to escape the snare (possums often do).
Never endanger a kitten by letting pitfalls unsupervised. If you return pitfalls, please make sure that all newspapers and groceries are cleaned and that the pitfalls are cleaned with detergent and toilette. They should be taken off both the halyard and the covering every single times you take the halyard to the hospital.
We recommend that if you are planning to operate TNR on an on-going base, you should consider investing in one or two of your own pitfalls. Tomahawk is our preferred modelling method; this is what most of our stock is. For more information on ordering your own Tomahawk halyard today, click here.