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"I have a friend who has two pet mice named Daisy and Snickers. I don't know how old they are, but she hasn't had them for that long. Anyway, a couple days ago, I was over at her house for a birthday party, and I had asked how the mice were doing. She's like; "Daisy is great, but something is weird with Snickers. It's like she's eating herself." I got really scared, but she told me not to worry because she was only eating her fur. I got a good look at her, and sure enough, right in a little section by her tail that was bald and red. I don't think it was infectious, because Daisy is just fine. I don't know what's wrong! I've looked through Google, Wikipedia, and this site, but found nothing about a mouse actually "eating" herself. I want to help my friend, but I don't know how! Please help!"

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