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"Your site is very helpful and complete. Thanks for the guidance on how to take care of my mice properly. I did not buy these mice. Against my advice, my daughter bought a female white mouse and she just loved it. I thought she was crazy, but by the time she went to college a year later, they became my mice. She had five mice left from a liter of 13, born of her white mouse! Anyway, I am crazy about these little gals. I was home with a back injury and was not very mobile. The mice gave me entertainment, wonder and fun. I told everyone that made fun of me and my mice that they were great pet therapy. I just love them. I find them so much fun. I love finding new things to put in their cage to challenge them. They are very curious so this suits their demeanor very nicely. They seem to enjoy new items which they investigate thoroughly by climbing, nibbling and moving the object around. Yogurt containers with windows cut into the side and top are one of their favortie toys. They like the little compartment to sleep in or just to sit in and watch out the windows. Blocks of wood, a ramp of thin wood, a plastic shelf with legs to go in a small kitchen cabinet makes a great platform for them. I cut off the top of a cranberry juice bottle, removed the cap, cut some holes in the four sides, at different heights and different sizes to make a little gym for them. These are some of their favorite toys. These mice are so easy to care for as long as you find a good litter for the bottom of the tank, and have the patience to handle them and make friends with them. After many tries we have finally found a litter for small animals that looks like a light beige kitty litter, and that has kept the smell down to nothing. I recommend mice for young people and old people. I think they would be a lovely pet for a housebound older person. Having life in the house to watch and enjoy is such a blessing. Thanks again."

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