Cold weather coming. The critters are trying to get inside. I have been catching mice most days for about a week. One or two per day. Sticky traps. Sometimes there is a trap with lots of fur on it (and shit) where one was temporarily caught and got away. Something like this happens every year about this time but this may be a high. All the traps are in inhabited rooms and are checked every morning. The mice patrol at night. Customarily I would drop the whole assembly in a paper bag, then WHAP! the bag on a counter for a quick kill. But not only was I running out of bags, some of the mice are barely stuck on there and I was worried that one would squirm off as I was picking it up. So now I put a second sticky on top, making a mouse sandwich. Then I WHAP! the sandwich and drop that in the trash. These traps didn't cost much per trap, I bought a bulk case of traps a couple of years ago from a restaurant supply store and I still have a lot left. These are a cardboard card with the sticky stuff on it, not a plastic tray like consumer-store traps usually sell for several dollars per 2 or 4 pack. The commercial stickies can also be folded into a tunnel, and have side tabs that can be folded to make more of a tray, or left flat and slid under a baseboard.