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sorry, but i can’t sympathize with you in this situation. mice are disgusting creatures. we had a few invade our house years ago, including a mother and her babies in my husband’s shorts drawer. he promptly removed the mother and babies out to the driveway, and while i continued my nervous breakdown on top of the counter in the kitchen, he then took an old pan and flatened mama and baby mice to pancakes. we took care of the class guinea pigs for a few weeks this summer. never again. the mess and the smells and the midnight chatter were enough to make me grab a pan. we did have pet rabbits many, many years ago, but they were trained like cats and became house pets. eventually, they all died of old age, but i didn’t want that responsibility anymore. my son wants a rat from PetSmart. i told him no. no rodents as pets. i hope your mice behave themselves and you no longer have to deal with mouse balls or pink parasites.
Let your pocket pet roll around the house worry-free with one of Petco’s hamster or mouse balls.
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I brought both Black Eye and Brown Eye in to the pet store for examination and the two workers their determined that Brown Eye was the baby daddy. Neither of the mice had the distinct “dropped” privates like a male mouse has and it was true…suddenly Black Eye’s balls that I THOUGHT she had were nowhere to be found. I still can’t get over the fact that you actually have mice for pets. You have much bigger balls than I do and so does your mouse.
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Play is extremely important to mice. Offer a variety of toys and interesting locations. Pet supply stores have a wide variety of toys available. Try out different kinds to see which your mice like best. Small mouse-sized exercise balls give your mouse a lot of fun and, properly used, a safe way to explore the house outside of his or her cage. One day you wake up and notice your pet mouse looks like she swallowed a golf ball. If you hadn't figured it out over the last week and a half, she's pregnant. If you've never gone through this before, it can cause a mild panic. Porsche the kitten contemplates just what a Mouse rolling around in a plastic ball means. The mouse, "lucky", was original a "jumper" that a large goliath bird eating tarantula was supposed to eat. The spider died unexpectedly, so in proper fashion, (After surviving 24 hours with 2 large tarantulas, being placed outside, came back to my front door) the mouse became a new pet, and now resides in a luxurious 2-story 20 gallon enclosure. She has so much character, nibbling any fingers that awaken her unexpectedly, but also closing its eyes in joy when rubbed gently behind the ear. Awesome story.. Another Video here has the day in august 2011 the mouse fell asleep in my hand, where it transitioned from pet food, to new pet.As a frequent DM of 5e AL games I would actually rule No, fire ball would not hurt the mouse. While strictly speaking the pet mouse would be a creature, it is there purely for flavor and can not actually help in combat or the like. In this manner I would treat the mouse like a trinket. So I would not kill it off unless the player wanted it to die to give him/her more of a background.The background Urchin provides the player with "a pet mouse". Is there any reasonable way to make this mouse survive combat? I would think that the first area of effect spell (say fireball) would kill this poor mouse instantly, even if it was stuffed away in a pocket. I see no point of giving the character a mouse if it either must be set free at the beginning of the campaign or die in five minutes in a flaming ball of fire? So dear internet, is there any reasonable way to keep the mouse alive?The background Urchin provides the player with "a pet mouse". Is there any reasonable way to make this mouse survive combat? I would think that the first area of effect spell (say fireball) would kill this poor mouse instantly, even if it was stuffed away in a pocket. I see no point of giving the character a mouse if it either must be set free at the beginning of the campaign or die in five minutes in a flaming ball of fire? So dear internet, is there any reasonable way to keep the mouse alive?