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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 01-04-2013, 12:23 AM Thread Starter
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I already has a Leo ;)

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I really want a mouse now. It seems like there are differing opinons about keeping a single male though. What do you all think of that?

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Honestly, I'm clueless about them. God help the poor Guiney Pig (sp?) I had as a child! Maybe there is a forum out there for them that could give you some good advice.

Does anyone know of a good one for 3f to go to?
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MICE!!!!! You can keep up to 3 female mice in a 10 gallon happily and they are interesting to watch. Or one male...and Fin if you have questions on mice i study them and have been keeping them for years. I can tell you what they eat by the color of their poo xD I'm a bit of a rodent nut.

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MICE!!!!! You can keep up to 3 female mice in a 10 gallon happily and they are interesting to watch. Or one male...and Fin if you have questions on mice i study them and have been keeping them for years. I can tell you what they eat by the color of their poo xD I'm a bit of a rodent nut.

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GECKO - Why not?

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Well do I have some questions for you! I will see you at your profile lol...

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xD no problem, I can even give you some great food brands for mice and rats alike. The stuff I feed was fantastic.

It's crazy but mice are truly the best little critters ever. For their size and lifespan they change your life forever. My little Ophelia was and will forever be my guardian angel.


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Hamsters, guinea pigs, and rats all need MUCH larger cages than a 10 gallon for various reasons. ;) A 10 gallon isn't really suitable for any rodents.. maybe a single Male mouse, but other than that.. not sure.

Sorry I'm not very experienced with other animals except for very limited knowledge on fish and a pretty good amount of knowledge with rodents. :)
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Is that pic of you with your pet mouse V? You look divine!
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I used to keep russian mice in a 10g. It was a touch small but we took 'em out alot. I also housed a male gerbil in one as well but I switched to a cage-cage since it's hard to get proper aeration in a tank.
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