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Victory! JPMorgan Chase Ditches Glue Traps

Written by PETA | March 3, 2009
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A whistleblower recently reported that a Washington Mutual (WaMu) branch in the Chicago area was using glue traps to catch mice.

We contacted James Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase—which recently acquired WaMu—and explained that animals entangled in glue traps often suffer from torn flesh and even broken bones resulting from their panicked efforts to escape. JPMorgan Chase’s vice president promptly announced that the company has ditched glue traps permanently and will be opting for more humane methods of resolving conflicts with mice and rats (we recommend these). Yay!

As a leading company, we hope that JPMorgan Chase will inspire other companies (ahem, Lowe’s) to ditch glue traps too.

Feel free to post a comment below thanking JPMorgan Chase for sticking up for mice.

Written by Liz Graffeo

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  • Melissa P. says:

    JP Morgan Chase I am one happy customer since learning about your prompt attention to stopping the use of cruel glue traps and instead using humane methods in your branches here in the U.S. Thank You!!

  • Margaret Durrance says:

    apparently only in America. I live on Vancouver Island Canada Island stores e.g. Walmart Buckerfields’s. Shar Kare are still selling glue traps…?

  • Melissa Ghafoori says:

    Thank you so much JPMorganChase for taking action to prevent unnecessary animal suffering.

  • Kayla says:

    Thank you JPMorgan Chase! Way to be smart and considerate!

  • lynda downie says:

    Thank you JPMorgan Chase for your positive response to Peta. Peta are your mouse traps designed to catch rats too? I have a few house guests who would be more than welcome to take refuge if they didn’t worry me about chewing my electrical wiring and insulation.

  • Meech! says:

    Wonderful! I hope my own company soon follows suit…

  • Curtis says:

    Good! My bank Washington Mutual is becoming Chase so I am glad to hear this.

  • urmil dhanda says:

    thank you so much. Urmil

  • lisa says:

    tks to JPM for sparing suffering to these little creatures who when caught suffer and eventually die through no doubt thirst hunger pain etc over a period of time by these inhumane glue traps.. all traps are cruel and the same goes for all the others leghold steel jaw traps too. etc..

  • Michelle says:

    Thanks JPMorgan Chase. You guys rock!

  • jessica says:

    have you looked in to cat mills? im instered in knowing if they are out of control like the puppy mills. please let me know by emailing me thanx!!

  • Sarah says:

    Thank you JPMorgan Chase for acknowledging that there is no need to be so cruel!! Hopefully Lowe’s will do the same soon!

  • Julie says:

    Thanks to JPMorgan Chase for taking action to prevent unnecessary animal suffering. I hope other companies will follow suit!

  • Carla says:

    Love to read your comments Brien!! If everyone thought the same this world would be a better place for us all!! Just had to say.

  • Aaron says:

    It’s great to see such a large company defending animal rights. Looks like another big win for PETA and animal rights.

  • Brien Comerford says:

    Glue traps are sadistically inhumane and the inventor of them must have had his share of inner demons. St. Martin De Porres the patron saint of social justice loved mice.