Thank you for your interest in our adorable mice here at Lollypop Farm. Mice are fun and constantly entertaining pets. Despite their small size, when you take time to get to know them, you'll find they have big personalities. From shy and quiet to bold and curious, they pack a lot of individuality into a tiny package.

Mice are easy pets to care for - no need to hire a mouse-walker if you can't get home at lunchtime - and their high activity level makes them fun to watch. Whether you choose a glass tank or a cage with 1/4 inch bar spacing, you'll enjoy watching Mouse TV. They'll need some bedding to burrow through, a hidey-house, a food dish and water bottle, mouse-sized chewables to keep their teeth healthy, and enrichment items to keep them entertained, and you're good to go.

Enrichment items can include their favorite: a wheel, tunnels (paper towel tubes work just fine, or you can buy clear plastic tubes made for small pets), something to climb on, and things like ceramic aquarium accessories with spots to hide treats. Mix and match to keep them on their tiny tippy toes.

Small treats - like puffed rice or Cheerios - are a great way to bond with your mice. They'll learn to come to you, and you can use treats to lure them into your hand and even teach them tricks. Don't let treats take the place of a healthy diet, though. Like all pets, mice need the right nutrients to thrive, and there are many good commercially available diets available.

One important thing to remember is that female mice can live happily in groups, but male mice become territorial when they reach adulthood and will fight, so male mice should always live alone.

Could your future include some tiny new friends? Why not meet our mice and see who squeaks to your heart?

Trevon Fuller

ID: 24225
Age
1 year
Sex
Male
Breed
Weight
-
Color
White
Location
Lollypop Farm Main Campus
Date Brought to
Lollypop Farm
July 13, 2022

Thank you for your interest in our adorable mice here at Lollypop Farm. Mice are fun and constantly entertaining pets. Despite their small size, when you take time to get to know them, you'll find they have big personalities. From shy and quiet to bold and curious, they pack a lot of individuality into a tiny package.

Mice are easy pets to care for - no need to hire a mouse-walker if you can't get home at lunchtime - and their high activity level makes them fun to watch. Whether you choose a glass tank or a cage with 1/4 inch bar spacing, you'll enjoy watching Mouse TV. They'll need some bedding to burrow through, a hidey-house, a food dish and water bottle, mouse-sized chewables to keep their teeth healthy, and enrichment items to keep them entertained, and you're good to go.

Enrichment items can include their favorite: a wheel, tunnels (paper towel tubes work just fine, or you can buy clear plastic tubes made for small pets), something to climb on, and things like ceramic aquarium accessories with spots to hide treats. Mix and match to keep them on their tiny tippy toes.

Small treats - like puffed rice or Cheerios - are a great way to bond with your mice. They'll learn to come to you, and you can use treats to lure them into your hand and even teach them tricks. Don't let treats take the place of a healthy diet, though. Like all pets, mice need the right nutrients to thrive, and there are many good commercially available diets available.

One important thing to remember is that female mice can live happily in groups, but male mice become territorial when they reach adulthood and will fight, so male mice should always live alone.

Could your future include some tiny new friends? Why not meet our mice and see who squeaks to your heart?