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Lots of mice needing homes - Surrey

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PostSubject: Lots of mice needing homes - Surrey   Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:22 pm

Group: 1 - the neutered boys
Number of animals: 7
Type/Breed/Variety: Fancy Mice
Sex: Male
Age(s): Born November 2008
Name(s): Brains, Harley, Marblecake, Arnie, Duncan, Patrick and Steven
Colours: Various - see pics
Neutered: Yes
Reason for rehoming: These boys were all part of the big welsh mouse rescue last year. A man in Wales allowed his mice to breed out of control and ended up with about 1000 mice in his house.
Temperament: Generally friendly and easy to handle
Medical problems: None apparent but these mice are not well bred and may have problems in the future
Neutered: Yes
Will the group be split: Yes, these boys are all to be homed singularly to live with female mice
Transport available: We will appeal for help with getting them to their new homes
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Brains


Harley


Marblecake


Arnie


Duncan


Patrick


Steven


Group: 2
Number of animals: 2
Type/Breed/Variety: Fancy Mice
Sex: Female
Age(s): Approx 1 year
Name(s): Libby and Lois
Colours: Lois is himalayan, Libby is broken black
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: These girls were all part of the big welsh mouse rescue last year. A man in Wales allowed his mice to breed out of control and ended up with about 1000 mice in his house.
Temperament: Friendly and easy to handle
Medical problems: Libby and Lois have some small growths on their skin which have been identified as benign blocked sebaceous glands. These are not a problem in themselves and are highly unlikely to need any treatment. However they do indicate underlying genetic problems and others with these lumps have died suddenly at a young age.
Neutered: No
Will the group be split: No
Transport available: We will appeal for help with getting them to their new homes
Other: STAR will cover any future vet bills for these girls. We will be looking for an experienced mouse home for these girls please.

Libby


Lois


Lois is showing off her lumps in that pic. As you can see they're not especially pretty but they don't bother her or cause her any problems.

Group: 3
Number of animals: 6
Type/Breed/Variety: Fancy Mice
Sex: Female
Age(s): Born November 2008
Name(s): Vera, Verity, Veronica, Valerie, Vivian and Viola
Colours: see pics
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: These girls were all part of the big welsh mouse rescue last year. A man in Wales allowed his mice to breed out of control and ended up with about 1000 mice in his house.
Temperament: Friendly and easy to handle
Medical problems: None apparent but these mice are not well bred and may have problems in the future
Neutering: No
Will the group be split: Yes into at least pairs
Transport available: We will appeal for help with getting them to their new homes
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Vera


Verity


Veronica


Valerie


Vivian


Viola


These girls will be looking for homes in at least pairs and can be mixed with one of the neutered boys above.

Group: 4
Number of animals: 1
Type/Breed/Variety: Fancy Mice
Sex: Male
Age(s): Not known for sure. At least a year but suspect 18 months plus.
Name(s): Bruno
Colours: Black and white
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: Bruno also came from the welsh rescue. On arrival he had been badly attacked by other mice. He is ok now but we don't feel that neutering him would be fair so he needs a home on his own.
Temperament: Friendly and easy to handle
Medical problems: Bruno's skin and coat were damaged by being attacked and haven't recovered very well. This doesn't cause him any problems, he just looks like a scruff bless him. As with all the welsh mice his breeding is terrible so other problems might occur.
Neutering: No
Will the group be split: N/A
Transport available: We will appeal for help with getting his to his new home
Other



All of the above are in Surrey. In addition there are further groups of females as well as groups of entire males and single neutered males in Leeds.

If you can offer these any of these mice a home please visit our website and complete an application form

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PostSubject: Re: Lots of mice needing homes - Surrey   Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:37 pm

Good Luck Little Mice!!

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