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In shelter Small or Furry

Montreal, QC, H4P 1X4
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Surnomms Les tites filles par leur famille daccueil cette bande de femelles ne demandent pas trop dentretien. Une cage propre, des croquettes et de leau frache sont principalement ce quelles ont de besoin. Elles aiment les gteries occasionnelles comme fruits et lgumes. Par contre, ce quelles adorent sont les graines de citrouilles. Mme si elles sont encore un peu timides pour se faire prendre, elles nhsiteront pas cueillir de vos doigts cet aliment chouchou. tant des animaux plutt activent en fin de journe et la nuit. Il serait probablement prfrable de prvoir un endroit autre quune chambre coucher pour leur cage. En plus davoir la paix la nuit, les avoir dans un endroit plus central de votre maison va vous permettre dobserver leurs petites courses folles dans leur roue ou jouer avec leurs petits jouets. 
Nhsitez pas! Il ny a pas de question se poser. Adopter des souris va vous rapporter beaucoup de plaisir et de divertissement! 
Les souris sont des animaux sociaux, il faut donc les adopter en duo au minimum, ou avec plusieurs soeurs. 

Nicknamed "Les tites filles" by their foster family, these females are low maintenance. A clean cage, kibble and fresh water are mainly what they need. They like occasional treats like fruits and vegetables. However, what they do love are pumpkin seeds. Even though they are still a little shy to be picked, they will not hesitate to pick this favorite food from your fingers. Being animals rather active at the end of the day and at night. It would probably be best to provide a place other than a bedroom for their cage. In addition to having peace at night, having them in a more central location in your home will allow you to observe their little crazy runs in their wheel or play with their little toys. 
Dont hesitate! Theres no question about it. Adopting mice will bring you lots of fun and entertainment! 
Mice are social animals, so you should adopt them in pairs at least, or with several sisters.


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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