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Post by corvusaur Sat 14 Aug 2021, 2:40 am

Hi, in my scramble to find the best information on mouse care I can, I have come to this forum many times and learned a lot, but I have sometimes had unique problems that I need to ask about myself. I'm so happy this forum exists and I can view this wealth of opinion and anecdotal knowledge. The internet's pretty awesome sometimes in that way, right? Smile
I started mouse ownership only just over a month ago with two mice, Princess Bubblegum (Bonnie) and Marceline (Marcy). Dorky, I know. and a couple of weeks ago I took a lovely mother-and-daughter pair of mice off the hands off a local retiring breeder. Here's a photo from my recent attempt at introduction (not by any means their permanent setup). The fat golden one is the mother and the brown one the daughter.

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The first time went terribly but I'm staying calm and am trying again with different methods after a week of them being separated in their pairs. Wish me luck, thank you for being a lovely community.

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Post by SarahAdams Sat 14 Aug 2021, 4:15 pm

Your girls are too cute and, from this picture, seem to have worked out their differences and have a good relationship.  Heart Eyes

If you have questions there are some very knowledgeable people here!

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