I've never introduced mice, but I wanted to ask a question. Due to Suzie's self inflicted injuries caused by OCD, wouldn't this make her very vulnerable when being introduced to new mice? Like if I fight broke out, she is very exposed due to not having fur on one side of her body. But then on the other hand, if the introductions went smoothly, having friends could help with the OCD.
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yes and no. I'm sure due to her state of mind and her injuries, she is probably not interested in claiming alpha. So the other mice might immediately feel sorry for her and want to care for her. I doubt they will see her as a threat. But there is the yucky possibility that they may pick on her. Hopefully, you have kind, compassionate mice!
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