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Post by Mousylvania on Sun 16 Aug 2020, 7:08 pm

Hello all:
I have two nice female mice and I enjoy making them a great habitat. I have a reptile enclosure with a screen top and doors that open in the front. It is 36 x 18 inches and two feet tall, so there's lots of room. I like giving them fresh oat grass which they love, but they dig into the potting soil and I have to remove it very quickly because I'm sure they would eat it.

If I grow some in plain garden dirt, will it be safer for them? And what other plants could I use?

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Post by Mosey mouse on Mon 17 Aug 2020, 2:53 pm

not sure maybe try asking at https://mouse-forum.proboards.com but I will try and find a list of safe plants for you as well.

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Post by Peachy on Tue 18 Aug 2020, 4:44 pm

Organic potting soil is fine to play in. Many use it as a primary substrate. I had a couple guys a few years ago who loved to dig around in potting soil. Lots of fun!

If you use other plants, double check that both the seeds and the plants are safe.
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