If you get weary of your current mousetrap, you could try this one
So if I understand it correctly, every time a mouse triggers the trap, a gun of some sort goes off and the mouse get some part of its anatomy blown away.
I assume as part of your recommending this that there is an implied commitment on your part to show up soon thereafter to clean up the various mouse parts wherever they may be, repair the damage the bullet may have done to the house, and reset the trap. And also to pay for whatever counseling we may need.
More details in this video
, and I'm not recommending this any more than the guy in the video is.
Nothing like a rainy day to get things done. Presenting another viewpoint, this was indoor winter entertainment years ago. We still cart them off to the brush dump.
from Winter mouse series, 2010:Mouse in a teacupMouse in a wine glassBashful mouseLittle Tiki climbs Beth's sleeveComfort Inn, v. 2