Repeatedly, large pitcher plants (Nepenthes) capture small rodents and digest them. Is that coincidence? How completely do plants utilize vertebrates? What remains? We examined that and present the answers with this film. Between 2007 and 2017, all five mice became captured without our involvement. Undesirably, the house and wood mice (Mus musculus & Apodemus sylvaticus) intruded into the greenhouse and fell into the passive traps that lured with nectar. To make the best of it, we observed what happened for several months. We took every effort to create the film in an entertaining fashion; however, sensitive souls should not necessarily view the pictures of digested prey during the meals.