Tell Walmart to Stop Selling Gluetraps

Glue traps are responsible for more suffering than virtually any other wildlife control product on the market. Glue traps are inhumane. Most animals caught in glue traps suffer slow and agonizing deaths. They literally rip off the bottom of the rodents feet and sometime the rodents actually chew their own feet off in order to escape. It may take three to five days for an animal to die, perhaps even longer for a reptile. Some animals succumb to exhaustion, collapse face down in the glue and die of suffocation when the glue lodges in their nasal passage, a process that can take anywhere from three to 24 hours. Most often death comes from a combination of exhaustion, dehydration and starvation.

Rodents aren't the only ones who fall victim to glue boards; birds, bats, squirrels, snakes, raccoons, gerbils and even kittens and puppies can get caught in these barbaric traps. Tell Walmart to stop selling gluetraps.

President & CEO of Walmart Stores/Supercenters USA
Eduardo Castro-Wright
Email Address: Euardo.Castro@walmart.com
Phone: 1-479-277-2430

Head of International Corporate Affairs
Amy Wyatt
Email Address: Amy.Wyatt@walmart.com
Phone:1-800-331-0085 (U.S.)


Write to them here-


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
702 S.W. 8th Street
Bentonville, Arkansas 72716

Glue traps are responsible for more suffering than virtually any other wildlife control product on the market. Glue traps are inhumane. Most animals caught in glue traps suffer slow and agonizing deaths. They literally rip off the bottom of the rodents feet and sometime the rodents actually chew their own feet off in order to escape. It may take three to five days for an animal to die, perhaps even longer for a reptile. Some animals succumb to exhaustion, collapse face down in the glue and die of suffocation when the glue lodges in their nasal passage, a process that can take anywhere from three to 24 hours. Most often death comes from a combination of exhaustion, dehydration and starvation.

Rodents aren't the only ones who fall victim to glue boards; birds, bats, squirrels, snakes, raccoons, gerbils and even kittens and puppies can get caught in these barbaric traps. Tell Walmart to stop selling gluetraps.

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