There is a lot of that going around. I went to the hardware store just the other day and asked about traps, poisons, machine guns, anything that might get rid of these little pests.
Much cuter than a mole.
We did not have this problem when our cat was alive. Perhaps he was more of a hunter than we ever suspected. Now there is such a system of tunnels in the yard that I sink when I work in the garden. The tunnels rim the perimeter of the house. I live in fear that the place will sink into the center of the earth.
Our neighbors old cat saunters over to lie down under the shady astilbe and seems to just watch the voles scamper around him. Useless.
Poison all over the yard is a bad thing for other forms of life while the voles a happily pulling the grass down from the roots. Traps are distasteful when you have to empty them and supposedly don't always work that well. A machine gun would not really do much more damage than a vole colony as far as tearing up the lawn, but I believe our town recently passed a noise ordinance.
Moles tend to be fairly solitary critters. They are easier to trap successfully and you can impact their food supply to some extent. Voles eat grass and garden plants--hard to eliminate. Voles give rabbits a real run for their money in the family planning (or lack there of) department.
Oh! Oh! I just thought of the solution. I will set out have-a-heart traps and send all my VT voles and my FL rabbits to Ted Cruz. (You know, because he is the expert on reproduction...even though I am still convinced he himself is, in fact, a Disney animatron.)