Nope. They will get trough that easily if they want to. However it might
just stop them smelling something edible.
Mice have gnawed away chunks of wooden doors in our house.
Metal or mortar is the stuff to stop the little bastards.
On Sun, 01 Dec 2013 18:51:12 +0000, Bob Minchin wrote:
I would say "A psychopathic cat". But we didn't have a single mouse in
the house before we got the cats. Since then, we've been up to a dozen
live mice in the house per day.
Little buggers bring 'em in, live and wiggly, then let 'em go.
Fortunately, they don't then leave 'em unattended for very long...
Opposite for me. Since my male cat (a good catcher) was killed a few months
ago I no longer have live mice in the house. He used to leave them under the
sette for later hunting/playing with..
The remaining cat (fat and female) just caught and ate them.
On Sunday 01 December 2013 18:14 alec green wrote in uk.d-i-y:
Yes and no.
They won't wander in out of curiousity - nor to follow nice smells.
But if they *want* to get in, it will not stop them!
Talking of which - I must put that missing section of soffit back...
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Like others said, no.
However, if reinforced with some steel wool (and the location is dry
so it won't rust), they won't get through that. Actually, steel wool
alone will usually stop them. It's the mouse equivalent of razor wire.
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