So this year, for the first time in our weekend country house in the mountains, we have mice. I think they're coming in from a wood shed a short distance from the house. Something is definitely nesting there.
In the city I once had a mouse problem, stuck steel wool in mouse holes and ended the problem permanently. But our house seems tight as a drum, and I have no idea where to put the steel wool.
Anyway, they're in the house, nesting somewhere, so I got to kill 'em. I just really can't stand rodents, it's a phobia I guess, but I'm a homeowner now so I have to buck up and kill. I'm grossed out by glue traps, but I guess ordinary mousetraps would be worse. We're only coming twice a month, and I'm not anxious for them to rot while we're away.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. (and yes, we have a cat, who's killed a few of em, but that's not enough)