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I saw a mouse going after the mouse food late at night (which I oeft open) and I don't know if it's wild mouse or one of mine escaped.<br><br>
I have two aloof tempered, brown mice who hide a lot and in my naturistic setup. They sure can hide, sometimes I don't see them for days. Lately I've been trying to food train them a bit so they will at least come out for a head count so I know they arn't dead.<br><br><br><br>
Put out my livetraps, but the mouse in question leaped away as I was frantically clearing out a tank which I used to keep mouse beeding and lab blocks in to determine which kind of mouse it was. I don't want to drop it right in with the others in case it's a wild one. I didn't have an empty tank ready to go because I use for them for storage.<br><br>
It'll be excitring to have a wild one (two<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)">?) around again but either way I want to catch ASAP. Not sure if my livetraps will work again a second time. IT does get harder from past experience with a wild mouse.<br><br>
The lil buggers learn.<br><br><br><br>
I was up late with the mouse situation last night/morning yawnnnn!.
 

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How fun. Do they ever crawl into bed with you? I'd be afraid I'd accidentaly squish one. Actually, I'd be more afraid of my two cats that live indoors with me, so mice would never be a possibility for me.
 

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Potentially yes, they will crawl into bed with you.<br><br>
Now to scare all of the peeps afraid of having wild animals climb into bed with them.
 
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