You can make this mousetrap out of our household waste. Two cans are required: tin (height 6 cm, diameter 10 cm) and glass (height 10 cm, diameter 9 cm). DIY do-it-yourself trick traysAlso a fragile thread 45 cm long and a bait - a piece of hard sinewy fat. In a tin can on the side surface at the very bottom we cut a "double door", and in the middle line on the same side surface we make four holes at the same distance from each other. As shown in the figure, we thread the thread into these four holes so that it crosses in the middle of the can. At the intersection of the thread we fix the bait. From above onto crossed threads we lower the glass jar upside down. A mouse attacking the bait gnaws the thread, and the glass jar, held on the strings, will fall upon the rodent.