Friendly Rabbit Trap – 5 Pack
The Friendly Rabbit Trap is an eco-friendly and cost-effective rabbit trap that is very easy to assemble and more importantly designed and manufactured in Australia. Invented by Rudi Paoletti in July 1991 this humane animal trap has sold more than 100,000 worldwide and is importantly made in Australia.
A safer alternative to chemical products to get rid of rabbits. Using this trap is harmless to the animal as well. Just place these traps wherever the rabbits visit quite often, wait for them to get trapped, carry the trapped animals and leave them somewhere far from your house.
It is also re-usable meaning that you can use it as many times as you want.
Rabbits are a massive problem Australia wide with regards to the destructive nature outlined by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
Can be used to:
- Control rabbits
- Feral cats
- Other burrowing animals
How to use the friendly rabbit trap:
- Place long end piece moulding with the word ‘top’ in the uppermost position – the door will close by gravity.
Traps should be set at each burrow of warren, to be successful.
- Our Friendly Rabbit Trap should be set at each burrow or warren to ensure success.
- Designed to fit most rabbit holes sizes
- Safe to use
- Harmless to native animals
- Catch up to 4 animals in 1 trap in one setting
- Australian Made
- Easy to assemble
- No baits or poisons required
- Traps can be used in holes along netting fences.
You can also check our other rabbit control products.
What are feral rabbits?
The European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is an introduced species, which was first brought to Australia with the First Fleet in 1788 as domesticated livestock. Over three-quarters of the State is inhabited by feral European rabbits.
Rabbits prefer to live in areas with short grasses, including natural grasslands and rural pastures. However, they are highly adaptive and have established wild populations in many different environments, including woodlands, deserts, coastal plains, subalpine areas and subtropical grasslands. They are also found in large numbers in and around urban and agricultural areas.
Because of their adaptability and their ability to reproduce quickly in large numbers, rabbits can rapidly recolonise areas following pest control activities.