Collapsible 10x12x32" Live Animal Trap

Item # WX2-212464

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Collapsible 10x12x32" Live Animal Trap for raccoon-sized animals and smaller. Trap it here for WAY LESS!

Effective, safe live capture made easy and Close-Out affordable! Featuring escape-proof galvanized steel construction, with smooth internal edges to protect and prevent injuries to animals. Spring-loaded door makes for higher catch rates and fewer "escapees." Better yet, the collapsible design folds for space-saving storage. For raccoon-sized animals and smaller. Measures 10 x 12 x 32" long. Weighs 3 lbs.

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    It is pretty flimsy, will have to wait and see how it will hold up to an irritated raccoon
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