I was approached by a potential customer (a neighbor of a current mole customer) about coming over to look at their rodent issue. I quoted her our inspection fees, what the inspection entails and how much her house would most likely run to bait by its size. While I was doing the interior inspection, I came to the pantry where she had noticed mice that morning, she told me to 'be careful that they didn't run out when I opened the door' and as I shined my flashlight back and forth, she said 'see, there they are!' Two large deer mice were sitting on a box in the same place they had been that morning. I proceeded to get a pillowcase, bucket, and gloves from my truck and attempt to remove them by hand. I did this successfully and then helped 'clean-up'. I went through all the items in the pantry with her, throwing contaminated products away, and saving unopened or canned items. I even took recycIable material and sorted from the contaminated garbage. I then removed the two garbage sacks we filled along with the two full bags already in the trash cans that sat on the floor of the pantry. After this I baited both attic spaces, the crawlspace, and garage. I will return to seal the roof overhangs the rodents were entering. One of the mice removed from the pantry. Mice removed from pantry - spring '10.