We will be picking up a hamster cage tomorrow from someone on FreeCycle.
I think our boy mouse is pregnant.
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replied December 24th, 2007
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Shocked
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mhm....Last I knew boys couldn't have babies.
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replied December 24th, 2007
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There's a first time for everything, I guess........
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replied December 24th, 2007
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I guess so.
I'll be waiting for my millions to be deposited into my bank account.
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replied December 24th, 2007
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haha so your boy wasnt aboy afterall? lol
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That's so funny!
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LOL

wow. those things reproduce so fast

congrats pregnant-boy mouse Laughing


(thats ok mandi my cat paris hilton was BOTH sexes :shoock:)
im being serious
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We thought we had a boy and a girl, but we have 2 girls. Adriana loves 'em. They come out of their house and go up to the glass when she comes near. They are very friendly. I guess one got a little too friendly before she came home with us!
we were gonna let them have a litter, then separate them and give the babies away....my cousin and aunt want some. So if they aren't housed together they can't have more babies! Very Happy
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replied December 24th, 2007
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are they little mice or gerbils?

i used to have 2 gerbils and instaed of two boys we had a boy and a girl. they had 6 babies and momma ate two (ewww) and then when we started giving the babies away the mom gerbil attacked and killed the dad. Sad
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Nope, these are just little mice.
I've heard stories like that about gerbils. I know mice will eat their babies too, especially if they feel threatened.

And DARN IT. Why aren't there babies in there this morning? I could have swore she'd have them last night.
She still won't curl up and sleep, she sprawls out. I hope I'm not mistaking this for an illness
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replied December 24th, 2007
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ew suzy im eating! n i love freecycle
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hopefulmjz wrote:
Nope, these are just little mice.
I've heard stories like that about gerbils. I know mice will eat their babies too, especially if they feel threatened.

And DARN IT. Why aren't there babies in there this morning? I could have swore she'd have them last night.
She still won't curl up and sleep, she sprawls out. I hope I'm not mistaking this for an illness


look aroung the cage
mice burry there young sometimes
if your using pine chips or news paper bedding she might have burried them!
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I just tried to freecycle my couches this week...

I don't know what's going on with that.
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lol if only it was true. You would be the richest person alive! I've been trying ot get my fiance preggo for years! LOL
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lmao lol haha well congrats on your pregnancy little boy mouse
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hehe thats funny. but then again my budgie when i was a kid turned out to be a girl lol
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YAY for hermaphrodite mice!
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