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baby mice for sale

Discussion in 'Small Animal Rescue and Adoption' started by lil muppet, Jul 6, 2009.


  1. lil muppet

    lil muppet PetForums VIP

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    Baby mice for sale

    6 weeks old

    Ready now!

    Colour:
    White and Beige
    White and Light Brown
    White and Dark Brown

    Both pink and black eyes

    £2 or 2 for £3

    based in bedford area.
    email [email protected]
     
  2. cupcake

    cupcake PetForums Member

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    I'd love some but I'm the other side of london from you :(
     
  3. lil muppet

    lil muppet PetForums VIP

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    i have tried every single pet shop near me and non of them want any! i might go into breeding hamsters soon because everyone wants hamsters!
     
  4. cupcake

    cupcake PetForums Member

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    But theres loads in rescues that already need homes :)
     
  5. Jazzy

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    Yes I agree with you entirely - why breed more?:confused:
     
  6. Pampered pets

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    oh i woudl never take mice to a pet shop, not when they are likely to end up as snake food :(
     
  7. lil muppet

    lil muppet PetForums VIP

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    i achually work at a pet shop and i know that people in my area will not pay £6.99 per mouse to feed to their snakes when they can go to a wholesaler and get live adults for £1 each!. the parent's were saved from being snake food in the first place. this is the last time i am breeding my mice because it is not fair when i cannot get homes for them and am now going on to breed hamsters. this way i know that they will get homes in the pet shop i work in.
     
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    Couldn't you simply promote your local rescues instead?
    just a thought
     
  9. lil muppet

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    we have a small animal and cat and dog rescue board up at work which is updated regularly and features animals from local rescue centers.
     
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