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Message par _Banzaii. le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 2:13

I agree that mice live in groups in Nature, but here we're talking about domesticated mice who can't live outside as wild mice.
Even if mice are a gregarious animal, I think that bucks have some problems to bear eachother in captivity because they don't dispose enough space as in their natural environment.

Besides, I don't tell that we cannot try to make bucks kind with eachother, but I think killing the anarchic mice is quite extrem.
Don't catch this as a critic, I just explain you my thinking about this subject. Wink

As I'm concerned, I own two tricolored mice from Chilloutarea Mousery, and one of them had a offspring in November.
Somes bucks are absolutly nice with the others, whereas certains are already nasty with their brothers...
Little Does are really close to human and perfeclty in harmony with the other female (mother, aunt, etc.) !

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Message par Minimausi85 le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 2:34

hi

i nderstand you.. but i breddy for food. all my male mices are snake food ...so i picked up the agressiv first and the frindlyest ones are the rest
and from these mice i pick up my bucks.

i will be harde for fancy mice breeders

It seems a little radical
they were drawn to the purpose. that sounds hard.
I respect each of the different makes!
this is not a problem for me and I feel no attacks;-) it's your attitude and opinion and I respect it.
but for me this is a good thing and for me it makes no sense a mouse that is fed either way to separate before then and set individually ... they are fed commanding hatched.

with the tricolours i get no problems, only the rec.reds and the half extream black buck, the tri is the only one who is healthy and nice

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Message par _Banzaii. le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 3:12

I guess that you know Takuya ?
She has the same opinion as yours I mean...

In fact, your "snake food" selection is quite good I think, because you feed your snakes and you respect your target in the same time.
Besides, making healthy mice is just to provide good food to snakes or rather to improve first mice behavior ?

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Message par Minimausi85 le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 13:50

hi

yes i worte with her since a few days.


I do not know if I have understood the last sentence correctly?

I try so many aspects to consider in my breed as it goes.

health
nice size
the compatibility
the food that is healthy and not too fat, a good large choice of seeds, grains, herbs and fresh food.
as much space to play and grow up,
and then comes the color.

I know it's not always possible to get everything you want, but over time it will pay off I hope.

in the UK the mices live in rubs..and verrry smal cages... i use the same cages for the transport. thats so sad i think.

i think in this smal cages the mices can not realy growup , but everyone breed so there.

sure, I breed only snake food, but why should this animal be worth less than others? they have the same respect for the breed deserved i think.

i love oll my mices, but i know that some of them will leave me after a short time. and all the time of there live they should be a good life Smile

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Message par _Banzaii. le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 14:05

Many people seem to think that rodents only grow up if they have enough space, like fishes in fact.
Several days ago, i talked with a woman who told me that her rat lives in a Mini Duna all the time so as to he'll be not too big...

Of course, that's not because a mouse is to be to died that you can't provide her a correct life.

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Message par Minimausi85 le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 14:36

*lol* not like fishs, but
they cant realy play if the gru up in a 9L rub ;-) one muther an 6 ore more puppis and all in the smal rub.. maybell with her vather and the next little puppies too ..thats not right i think.

60x40cm will be ok i think , so the mami can go and chill out if she wants ..

i have seen you cages or one of them and it is verry nice to see ol the toys in it... i like it. the moste cages are only with straw, hay, bedding´...
thats so saad ...
but a realy big cage without toys and houses are boring too -.-
why so manny peaple do this to there pets??
i don't understand. it ist soooo funny to see them climb up the Ladders and toys... why get poeple mices and dont enjoy them?


i dont understand.

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Message par _Banzaii. le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 14:51

I share your point of view about this subject, completely !

The mouse is an animal who is naturally curious and like to play with some toys, scales, etc. Maybe some people just are convicted that mice are just stupid snakes food ? I don't know...

Like you, I love to watch them in the evening, when they begin to woke up !

Moreover, I work relationship with human, try to "make" mice who like playing with me and I'm quite satisfied at the moment ! Smile
For instance, i can't afford to own more than two bucks just because I want him to be manipulated around 2 hours a day each.

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Message par Minimausi85 le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 15:05

XD

i spend my mice many time too. but not so intensive like you.

it's nice too see that you are planing for your breed and love your mices! thats so improtnat today that the breeders breed for the anminals not for the money ;-)

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Message par _Banzaii. le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 15:15

In fact, I think that all breeders have a choice to do on the subject : whether they decide to live with the money they earn from their pets sales, whether not and prefer the bredding to remain a passion.

In the first case, breeders breed for money, this is their choice and they have to earn enough money to feed their animals and feed themselves too...
They can't afford not to sell animals, they actually have to sell.

Two points of view, such as two differents lifes and the way to consider an animal of course...

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Message par Minimausi85 le Dim 16 Jan 2011 - 15:32

yes i think you are right

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Message par Camellia le Ven 21 Jan 2011 - 18:36

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Message par Niina le Ven 21 Jan 2011 - 19:39

Welcome Very Happy

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Message par Minimausi85 le Ven 21 Jan 2011 - 20:19

thank you

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