i have a wild mouse as a pet! wat 2 do!?
I had a wild one as a kid:)) Well taming depends on her age, if shes young enough. Used to have pet mice, mongolian desert mice, nice pets, some would take food from hand. When picking up,dont be alarmed at the fuss ( I worked in the mouse room of a medial institute once) by the tail. If the mouse is healthy, probable, but maybe she could use a vet check??, a bite wont kill you. Like a budgerigar nip, hurt a bit, mostly through a glove they dont draw blood. Keep it clean, did you give her shavings, change every 3 days at least. Urine stinks. They love cardboard to nibble and build nests, tissue boxes or the inside og toilet rolls or kitchen rolls. Put in a few tissues too. My grownup sense says tell your ma, show her how good care youre taking. If she finds it without knowing it wouldnt be so good. Try banana:) Slices. Coulnt view the picture,shame. Good luck to you both
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