Desperately seeking a new home

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Desperately seeking a new home

Pecan, Pistachio, Cashew, Macadamia and Chestnut.

 We believe they were only 6 weeks old at the time, the boys have now been in our care since November and sadly, we have had no enquiries for them in this time.  

Despite their ordeal at such a young age, these sweet little lads, loving referred to as the Nuts, are extremely busy and inquisitive and all quite happy to be handled.   

The Nuts are inquisitive and sociable mice who will keep your family entertained for hours on end. We are looking for homes for the boys either in a group of five or broken down smaller groups. We are not looking to rehome these boys individually.

These friendly little animals are great companions and owning mice can be very rewarding. Typically, mice can live for about three years. Although this may appear a short time in comparison to other pet animals, owning mice is still a big responsibility and commitment.

There is no one “perfect” way to care for all mice, because every mouse and every situation is different. It is up to you how you look after your mice but you must take reasonable steps to ensure that you meet all their needs.

Mice are great pets, but children should not be allowed to handle the animals without an adult supervising them. If there are other pets in the home, keep your mice safely away from any animals that might see them as quick snack .This includes cats, ferrets, dogs, snakes, and rats.

If you have decided to add some pet mice to your household do get in touch! We will ask you to complete an application form and send us some photos of your set up before meeting the mice for adoption.

View the Nut Mice

If you would like more information on keeping mice as pets why not have a look at our website for lots of helpful information! https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/rodents/mice


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