Are you ready for a pet mouse?

Are you ready for a pet mouse?

"Fancy mice (the domesticated form of the house mouse) have worked their way into the hearts and homes of many families and animal-enthusiasts, with good reason – they are adorable, inquisitive, and surprisingly intelligent creatures." - Nicole Dempsey, a mouse enthusiast.

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When should mice be weaned?

When should mice be weaned?
3 to 4 weeks after birth.
2 to 3 weeks after birth.
1 to 2 weeks after birth.
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Can mice be kept together?

Can mice be kept together?
Hint: 2 choices
Female mice can and should be kept together.
Male mice can and should be kept together.
Female and male mice can and should be kept together.
Male mice cannot be kept together.
3/11

Good homes for your pet mice.

Good homes for your pet mice.
Hint: 2 choices
A wire cage with a plastic tray floor.
Tank (glass or plastic) with a secure wire lid.
Wooden cages.
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The ideal temperature for mice is...

15 to 27 degrees Celcius.
10 to 20 degrees Celcius.
30 to 35 degrees Celcius.
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How often should you change the bedding?

How often should you change the bedding?
Every two days.
Every 4 days.
Every week.
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How often should you clean their cage?

Once a week.
Once every two weeks.
Once a month.
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What should you avoid feeding your mice?

What should you avoid feeding your mice?
Hint: 10 choices
Peanut butter.
Bacon.
Cooked pasta.
Bread.
Avocado.
Walnuts.
Rhubarb.
Raisins.
Grapes.
Blueberries.
Celery.
Bananas.
Lettuce.
Oranges.
Mangos.
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Good beddings for mice.

Good beddings for mice.
Hint: 3 choices
Dust-extracted bedding.
Shredded paper.
Dusty or scented bedding.
Cedar shavings.
Aspen wood shavings.
Pine shavings.
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How long do mice live on average?

How long do mice live on average?
1 to 3 years.
1 to 2 years.
2 to 3 years.
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When picking out your mouse, what should you look for?

When picking out your mouse, what should you look for?
Hint: 2 choices
How calm it is.
Clean coat.
Pink skin on the ears and tail.
Runny nose.
Noisy breathing.
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When are they are fully grown?

When are they are fully grown?
At about three months.
At about three weeks.
At about 2 months.