Retailers Stop Selling Glue Traps

April 2007

Retailers CVS, Rite Aid, Safeway, and Albertsons all ended the sale of glue traps after PETA staff members presented information on glue traps, the cruelest method of wildlife control. Animals trapped in these devices often linger in agony for days before dying of dehydration, suffocation, or starvation. Some attempt to chew off their own limbs in order to escape. We applaud these companies for their responsible decision.

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