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Humane Trapping Humane Trapping is the capture of a animal without pain Humane trapping is really up to the trapper If you have a good skilled trapper who respects animals the animals he traps will feel little or no pain If you have a trapper who doesnt care about the animals the animal will probably feel excruciating pain The animal rights activists videotape the animals that the bad trappers catch Trapping is the capture of animals by means of a physical system or device A trap may be designed to kill injure or preserve the captured animal those that use nooses are also known as snares Frequently the trap makes use of a lure such as food including live animals orparticularly for insectsa species-specific sexual attractant Humane traps really arent all that humane Surprised You shouldnt be if you have read this far The fact is that so called live traps can really be quite cruel For example a squirrel trapped in a box trap we dont call them live traps because it is too vague a term in fact footholds and sometimes snares are live traps Squirrels often panic and will actually die from fright in the cage Of course we havent even mentioned the situations where squirrels freeze to death in the winter cold So what would be more humane A kill trap placed over the squirrel den opening where it has a reasonable chance to die quickly Or a box trap where it has the chance to die from exposure Foot-hold traps are more selective than we are telling you In my prospective every trap is ultimately non-selective That is every trap can potentially capture a non-target animal Just like every hunter can potentially shoot an unwanted target However the problem isnt as bad as animal rights activists would like you to believe They conveniently forget that the trapper is half of the trapping equation animal rights activists consistently ignore
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