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Post by fancymice on Wed 18 Apr 2018, 12:57 pm

Today I got a black female fancy mouse! Her name is chocolate Very Happy Right now she is in a plastic bin because I don’t have any more tanks. It has no cover over it, but it has a towel on half of the bin to make her feel more safe. Do you think she’ll be fine I’m there for about a week and won’t escape? Also, should I start introducing her to almond and coconut (the ones I have had for three weeks) in a week or so? Thank you
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Post by Jadamouse on Wed 18 Apr 2018, 2:11 pm

aww cute!! s
she should be fine in the plastic bin , as long as it is tall enough so that she cant escape and has at the very least 200 square inches of floor space. keep her in quarantine for 3 weeks at least before introducing her, so you know she isn't pregnant or sick. while she is in quarantine it might pay to tame (or tame as much as you can) Almond and Coconut because this will make bonding easier. when you have had Chocolate for a week you can begin the hand taming progress too.

good luck with your little ones Smile

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Post by fancymice on Fri 20 Apr 2018, 1:37 pm

@Jadamouse wrote:aww cute!! s
she should be fine in the plastic bin , as long as it is tall enough so that she cant escape and has at the very least 200 square inches of floor space. keep her in quarantine for 3 weeks at least before introducing her, so you know she isn't pregnant or sick. while she is in quarantine it might pay to tame (or tame as much as you can) Almond and Coconut because this will make bonding easier. when you have had Chocolate for a week you can begin the hand taming progress too.

good luck with your little ones Smile
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Post by Fukari on Fri 20 Apr 2018, 2:32 pm

A plastic bin seems fine, as long as your mice have proper room to jump around. You definitely wanna keep her in quarantine as well; you never know. The process in introducing Almond and Coconut to Chocolate will be slow at first, since there only just meeting.
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