I deleted two mice from the Arctic Fox last night, in fact I caught them both just about dark and for the rest of the night I didn't hear any mousy sounds.
After I caught the two mice I set out three more traps and they were untouched this morning. So it looks to me like I got the mice that were living with me and now I've got to keep their hundreds of brothers and sisters out.
I crawled around under the back end of the Arctic Fox with a flashlight and spotted one suspicious place which I stuffed with some steel wool and glue. It was a small hole that I had previously filled with just some steel wool but the steel wool had almost completely rusted away, thank you Padre Island Texas. Normally I would use bronze wool since it doesn't rust, but that's not easy to find at your average hardware store.
Darrell Goza suggested that I revert to high-tech methods and use a Riddex electronic gadget which I'm giving some serious consideration to because dealing with mice in the house is no fun. I'm always amazed to find that what sounds like a family of Wolverines living under your sink is actually a 3 inch long mouse.
I wanted to deal with their little mouse carcasses in an appropriate and dignified manner so I tossed them in the general direction of Fluffy the friendly coyote, and Fluffy recycled them.