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Discussion in 'General Banter' started by Nodzed, Dec 1, 2019.
Look what mousey did to my M
This is a very unfortunate incident Noddles, I assume you intend to find the culprit and release it into it's natural habitat to enjoy future adventures?
Any damage to cables in the engine bay?
b*****! I have several sachets of mouse poison round my Zed, so far so good.
You got lucky if that's all it did
Sorry to see that Niall, although it could’ve been much worse mate. Get some traps set.
That's unfortunate Niall .
Have you had a good look round the engine bay for the nest ( as that's what the sound deadening is for ) somewhere in the car or nearby is a nest get some traps set .
Have a hunt around carefully for mouse droppings might give a clue where they are .
Good job it hasn't got teeth like Hugh's Jack Russell
Should be easy to spot......
Sorry to read this Niall but if it's any consolation Mr Mousy has been at the inside of my toneau cover too. At least the damage can't be seen with it in situ... for me and you
Sometimes not having a lovely warm garage has its advantages
Your lucky you don’t have a crazy dog
That's hilarious .
But it's not a genuine M mouse, that's a Chinese knockoff from eBay. You can tell because the colours aren't quite right .
But the disclaimer always says that due to viewing on different screens the colours may appear different , and the sizes could also be slightly out. This is 6" ............................. apparently
I'll send the little sod to his maker Dave
I have a mouse eaten tonneau too Dave, same as cant see the damage when its on
We have the weekly rat man visits so he is going to cover the car in snap traps for the winter, he doesn't know this yet but its going to happen.
Not that I can see and everything seems to work Jim Just want to make sure the little sod doesn't come back
It can happen outside too Paul,my MX5 was outside for a while and the next time I opened the bonnet there was a lovely collection of leaves in the corner of the engine bay with a mouse nest in the middle. Fortunately I'd found it before the little blighter had started eating the car.