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Many Thanks to Cait for all her advice and letting me have some rumpwhites to start my adventure in breeding & showing mice. I've attached a few photo's of some of my new arrivals. Hopefully in the not to distant future my first litter will arrive.
 

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I must say I wish I'd got mice long ago, I know I haven't had them long but they are a pleasure to watch and totally different to my rats in that they don't kick bedding everwhere :cool: Although I must admit my buck mice are the same as my buck rats in the fact that they sleep eat and then sleep some more!
 

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Have to say you must have yours drugged ..... what are you saying they dont kick the bedding all over ? Mine are constantly kicking and throwing their bedding around. They are always making mountains of bedding. I love the way they shovel it up in front of them....very cute :D
 

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Perhaps it just seems minimal when used to the ratties. My meece shovel their bedding up in front of them all over, as well. It is cute! However, it takes a whole days' worth of shoveling in front of them to equal one of my rattie 'shovels'! :lol: The ratties are good at completely rearranging everything in the blink of an eye! 10 minutes after I clean one of their cages, it looks like a tornado has hit! :? Apparantly I don't put things the way they like them! :roll:
 

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They do make hay mountains with tunnels and shove the shavings into piles, but very little of it appears to go on the floor. I suppose I am use to my rats and the fact that the floor of the shed around their cages only looks clear just after I've swept :roll:
 
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