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Your opinion on mice.
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Posted 1/17/15
I'm all right with mice. I know a lot of people are terrified of them but I like small fluffy things so I don't mind them.
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Posted 1/17/15
um i would only like em if they looked liked this:



otherwise.. no thank you
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we have practical exam on handling white mice when I was in college >.> almost got a failing grade >.>
Posted 1/17/15
Me and my brother both owned a mouse each. They were nice and cool to play with and pet. Right up until they got some horrible disease that made their fur fall out and giant sores to open up on them. The cream the vet gave us didn't help so we let them spend their last days running free under the sun. Poor little guys. Never had a mouse since except the ones my brother fed to his snake later on and they were only in the house for a day at most before they were eaten.
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The vermin kind are horrid, pet ones are cute. I got sis a pet rat then someone gave her two pet mice. The mice didn't last long, one day she found one eating the other who was dead. The survivor died some time later. The pet rat was still going strong in a house of 3 cats. It once bit the cats when it had a Houdini moment and got out of it's cage. The cats gave it a wide berth, they weren't used to prey fighting back
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I feel bad for them that they have to be at the bottom of the food chain. But because of them we can use them as test subjects in order to increase the power of Science.
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Posted 1/17/15
people who have mice-infested houses (that's when they're pests and not pets) would probably not be as adoring.


i personally don't care about mice. i prefer hamsters coz they're way cuter. mice are way too pointy. lolol
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Posted 1/17/15
Cute, precious lil cinnamon buns.

... For snakes and bird of prey.
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Mice can be cute, but I'm not a fan of small animals as pets. Kinda hard to snuggle with a mouse like you can a neko or inu.
Posted 1/17/15
They are cute but I don't want one and Definitely don't want them in my house (I mean mice that get into your house, not pet mice)
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Posted 1/17/15
Pet mice? Adorable! I used to have some of my own and am thinking of getting some more.
Wild mice? Still sort-of cute, but - much like humans - if they're in my house uninvited, there'll be a baseball bat hitting them in their astonished faces. Luckily, I've never had uninvited people or mice in my house.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 1/17/15
I'm torn between liking them, and viewing them as pests. Basically, as long as they aren't uninvited and damaging "guests," I'm fond of them. Even if they do sneak in, I still think they're pretty cute, but with a side order of "obnoxious." I feel the same about rats.
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Posted 1/17/15
I mean, yeah they can be cute. I'm just not good with small animals or creatures. Like small dogs, gerbils, birds. I feel like they're kinda' fragile so I'm always wary around them.
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I was walking in a group.. one ran across my foot.. like every girl in the group screamed and I was like 0.0 well that was unexpected.
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Posted 1/17/15
They're cute and disturbing all at the same time.
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