Does the Fear of a Mouse Control You?

Posted by Rita Stadler

Mar 26, 2012 11:14:00 AM


Many people do not like rats or mice.  People are disgusted by the sight of the little critters, irritated at the messes they make, enraged by the damage they cause, and scared of the dangers they can pose.  Some people have an extreme fear of rodents, also known as musophobia.  Ironically, Walt Disney, who created one of the most famous and loved mice of all, Mickey Mouse, suffered from musophobia.  If only Walt had had some Fresh Cab, he wouldn't have had anything to fear at all.
Some treatment options for musophobia include:

  • Hypnotherapy - the use of hypnosis to "reprogram" your thoughts and feelings about mice.
  • Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) - analyzing the way certain words affect your perceptions and modifying your mental associations.
  • Energy Psychology - shifting your brain's electrochemistry through practices such as yoga, tai chi, or acupressure. 

While there are merits to all of the above mentioned options, we here at Earth-Kind would like to suggest another option, one that is likely to prove faster, less expensive, and comes with a guarantee! 

By using Fresh Cab Natural Rodent Repellent, you can turn the tables on rats and mice.  Fresh Cab works by using a fragrance that most people really enjoy, but rodents find extremely offensive.  Because rats and mice rely primarily on their sense of smell rather than their eyesight to find their way around, Fresh Cab blinds them, in a manner of speaking, and causes them to feel afraid.  Rats and mice would rather leave the area completely than live somewhere with Fresh Cab.

All you have to do is purchase these handy little mouse pouches (either on the phone, online, or at a store near you), place them in the areas where you have seen rodent activity, and go about your day, fear free.  Fresh Cab comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee - you can't beat that! 


Topics: Pest Control, Home

Rita Stadler
Rita lives in Central Florida and has been a member of Team EarthKind since 2010. When not writing about ways to preserve the good and prevent the rest, her 4 children keep her busy. She can be found sharing mouse jokes on Twitter @EarthKind and answering to calls of "MOM!" from any kid within a 25 foot radius.

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