Mukade are poisonous. Therefore, I dispose of them. The fourth one this year found its way into my home, and I'm less than pleased. But I'll do what I can. When taking in the laundry I felt myself walk through spider webs. I brushed them away, took in the laundry and then went to wash my hands. As my hands were good and soapy I noticed a small spider on my collar. I flicked it and it went into the sink and down the drain. I finished washing my hands and went to enjoy dinner with the family. My son was particularly messy this meal so afterwards we went to give our hands a good scrub. There in the sink was the spider crawling out of the drain. I decided to have mercy and grabbed some tissues and guided the spider out the back door.
I released the spider from the mass of tissue and it landed on the ground. I swung my hand back to prepare to dispose of the tissues and a small black dot flung in front of my face and landed on the kitchen floor. The spider had decided to take a little trip, apparently. This time I grabbed it with the tissues, and slightly less kind, tossed the mass to the garbage can outside.
Good luck, little spider. I was kind.