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TomCat Mole Killer

TomCat Mole Killer
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TOMCAT MOLE KILLER Box of 6 worms.

"As Heard On The Toby Tobin Radio Talk Show - KMBZ 980 AM Radio"

In the past, manufacturers of mole baits assumed moles were like rats and mice. However, moles are not rodents. They're insectivores with a very different biological and physiological makeup from rats and mice. As a result, mole baits did not work - not a surprising fact for anyone who has struggled with mole control. All that is history now ... Welcome to the new world of mole control with TOMCAT MOLE KILLER also known as the Motomco Mole Killer.

TOMCAT MOLE KILLER is a breakthrough product in the battle against moles. Developed and tested on live, captured moles, TOMCAT MOLE KILLER works where grain baits, repellents and a myriad of home remedies have failed.

TOMCAT MOLE KILLER is the first and only mole bait designed developed and scientifically proven in both field and laboratory settings to kill moles. Shaped like an earthworm, the moles' natural food choice, TOMCAT MOLE KILLER was tested on different mole species, soil types and baiting conditions throughout the country before receiving approval from the Environmental Protection Agency.

TOMCAT MOLE BAIT contains special enhancers to attract moles. It so closely resembles the earthworm in size, shape and feel that moles devour it the same way - grabbing the bait with its large forepaws and ingesting it quickly. Moles usually die in their tunnels, often within 12-24 hours of ingesting a single worm.

With its unique patent-pending design and formula, TOMCAT MOLE KILLER is the only mole bait…

TOMCAT MOLE KILLER is EPA-approved for use by homeowners on lawns and gardens.


Moles are an ancient species of mammals that are well adapted to their life underground. With their powerful forelimbs, moles excavate through the ground in search of food. These industrious creatures can tunnel up to 100 feet per day, causing significant damage aboveground.

To fuel this high energy lifestyle, moles require vast quantities of high protein foods. They consume grubs and insects but their favorite food is the earthworm. Contrary to popular belief, moles do not eat plants, roots or bulbs.

Moles live underground most of their lives. Moles seen on the surface are most often juveniles, forced from their mother's nest and moving to establish their own tunnel system.


The presence of moles is evident by the damage to lawns occurring when moles tunnel underground in search of food. Typically moles create two types of tunnels – surface runways and deep tunnels – each with its distinct appearance aboveground.


Surface runways appear as raised, brown, grassless streaks on a lawn, created when moles tunnel below. These unsightly patches fall into two categories: primary and exploratory.

Primary runways indicate active tunnels that you will want to bait. Generally they are long and relatively straight tunnels that a mole will travel through as often as 3 times a day.

Exploratory runways, on the other hand, have the appearance aboveground more like a spider web. Moles create them as they explore new feeding areas. They are often abandoned and should not be baited.


Deep tunnels are often 3 feet or more underground and consist of the mole's living, food storage and latrine areas. Deep tunnels are evident aboveground as "mole hills" which are created when the mole pushes soil and debris to the surface while establishing or expanding these tunnels.

TIP: Before baiting, it is important to properly identify the primary surface runways and deep tunnels because each requires a specific baiting and treatment strategy to achieve the most consistent results.


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