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 #2215714


PhantomWings
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 Wild Mice

I want to catch a male and a female wild mouse so they can have babies, and I’ll tame the babies. I currently have 1 old rat, and want to try something new. I’ve been researching and everything, I just need to know how to catch them and where to find them. Oh, and if you know how to tell the genders apart without touching the mice, please tell.



04/24/11  08:55am

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Starling96
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  Message To: PhantomWings   In reference to Message Id: 2215714


 Wild Mice

just were some work gloves and you’d be fine.
and usaly you can see the males junk.



05/01/11  10:01pm

 #2217015


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  Message To: PhantomWings   In reference to Message Id: 2215714


 Wild Mice

i dont think its a good idea to catch them...they can go into shock and die...it would be better to get two from your local animal store that sells them for feeding snakes. then you will save two mice from going into shock and two from being eaten...



05/02/11  06:30pm

 #2217016


Starling96
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  Message To: Patchlover   In reference to Message Id: 2217015


 Wild Mice

thats what i was thinking



05/02/11  06:35pm

 #2217173


Patchlover
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  Message To: Starling96   In reference to Message Id: 2217016


 Wild Mice

ya its much better that way, it can save you from getting diseases too



05/03/11  06:37pm

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Veronica _V
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  Message To: Patchlover   In reference to Message Id: 2217173


 Wild Mice

Trust me, if you want the challenge of taming a wild mouse, the feeder bin mice will probably be just as wild as any you could catch. I have a feeder bin stud rat that I had to handle with gloves for a pretty good long time to avoid my hands being murdered.



12/28/11  04:06am


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