I used to have a mouse problem where I lived. Tried mousetraps, ultrasonics, being super clean, home remedies but the only thing that worked was to find their escape routes. You must block ALL holes in your house. Check along all the walls behind furniture, any chimneys, in cupboards. You may have to consult a professional exterminator to help you locate them. Also if you chase the mouse it will often show you the hole it came from
How do you care for an orphaned baby mouse?
I know mice need there food (buy at the local pet store) pellets, and you need a water bottle for mice. Right now, you can use a small dish filled with a tiny bit of water so it wo not drown. If you do not have a cage or mouse bedding, you will need a box, plastic toy box will do about on ft in lenth, high enough so the mouse wo not climb out. line the bow with a old clean towel (just long enough to cover the bottom of the box). And for food(for now) you can use quakers oat meal in a small bowl or dish about 1 cm high. As soon as you can, bring the mouse to the local vet or even a pet store.Since the mouse is so young, it might die. Look for it's mother around your house. Chris h, that's really mean! How dare you. Lets see a elephant step on you cause you are just some puny little pest. How would you feel now?
What is wrong with my computer mouse?
you probably need to clean it take the roller ball out and clean the the 3 spinning rods inside but do it VERY carefully else you will damage the mouse and it will be useless
How to bind two actions to a single mouse button?
That would be with a gaming mouse or joystick that has that function built into the software for the mouse
What is the difference between a wireless and a wifi mouse?
Hi There, The only advantage to using a "wireless" mouse is to eliminate the USB wire from the mouse to the front or back of your computer. I use both kinds and either works fine. The wireless use a small transmitter that plugs into a USB port (so you lose the port in any case) A wireless mouse connects quickly and normally does not even need any drivers installed. You "sync up" once and from there on it's automatic. The mouse has a small (AA or AAA) battery that will last from 6 to 8 months. The accuracy is similar to a corded mouse. Personally I would opt for a corded mouse if you have the desk space. Later if you need the room you can always buy a wireless one. Hope this helps, Al
Is there a way to catch this mouse without killing him?
There is a time to be nice and there is a time to forget the squeamishness and kill things. Get a large can of fruit or veggies or something. It is called the #2 size, roughly 4 inches in diameter and 5 inches high. Fill it half way with water. Put a paper over the top with a rubber band to hold it on. Cut an X in the paper. Set this someplace with a ruler or a stick to a nearby shelf so the mouse has easy access to it. Suspend a blob of peanut butter about 2 inches above the X. Set this up in the evening. In the morning you can dump it without looking, or you can save the can to reuse for the next mouse. FWIW, cats do not usually eat mice, they only play with them. If the mice can escape, they go away and do not come back because they do not like to be played with.
What do you feed a baby mouse?
the question is, what are you going to feed the mouse to? most reptiles eat baby mice, including my bearded dragon, and my dog(boxer) would probably not
what the hell is wrong with my mouse???
Make extra sure the mouse is in a very clean place, has fresh water and has both solid and a little bit of fresh food