We get it, we don't want any mice in our house, but we want them to run free in the wild, not get caught and left for dead on a glue trap. A veterinarian for Wildlife Aid worked tirelessly to rescue a poor mouse stuck on a glue trap. Using olive oil, water, and Q-tips, she gently removed the mouse from the trap and the glue from its fur. The mouse made a full recovery and was returned to the wild. Next time there's a mouse in your house, remember that there are humane ways to evict your unwelcome guest.