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SMALL FURRY: Various Male Mice- Missing tail tips- Bristol

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Contact/organisation details:
Mickelmarsh Mouse House, Bristol
http://mickelmarsh.webs.com
mickelmarsh-mice(at)hotmail(dot)co(dot)uk

Does the animal have rescue back up: Yes
Location: BS7, Bristol, Avon
Transport available: Fairly regular transport to Southampton and Exeter.

Species: FANCY MICE

These boys have had a terrible start to life but are still very loving. Please don't overlook them.





Just a few photos to give you an idea of their colouring as markings are still coming through.

Number of animals: 1
Will the group be split: N/A
Sex: Male
Age(s): Unknown
Name(s): Klaus
Colours: Tri-coloured.
Neutered: No, we’re hoping to have his done soon.
Reason for rehoming: Owners became overwhelmed
Temperament: Although nervous from his experience of life so far Klaus has improved rapidly from the mouse he was at arrival. He enjoys playtime and will definitely benefit from more one-to-one attention.
Medical problems: Old wounds. No further treatment should be required.
Other info: None.

Number of animals: 2
Will the group be split: No.
Sex: Male
Age(s): Born between Sep and Nov 2012
Name(s): Sundae and Neapolitan
Colours: Beige+White and Tri-coloured, markings are still coming through.
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: Owners became overwhelmed
Temperament: Although nervous from their experience of life so far these lads have improved rapidly from the mice they were at arrival. They enjoy playtime and will definitely benefit from more one-to-one attention.
Medical problems: Old wounds, missing tail tips. No further treatment should be required.
Other info: Care should be taken when planning the cage layout, as their balance is slightly effected.

Number of animals: 2
Will the group be split: No.
Sex: Male
Age(s): Born between Sep and Nov 2012
Name(s): Choc-Ice and Fudge.
Colours: Tri-coloured and Beige+White, markings are still coming through.
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: Owners became overwhelmed
Temperament: Although nervous from their experience of life so far these lads have improved rapidly from the mice they were at arrival. They enjoy playtime and will definitely benefit from more one-to-one attention.
Medical problems: Old wounds, missing tail tips. No further treatment should be required.
Other info: Care should be taken when planning the cage layout, as their balance is slightly effected.

Number of animals: 4
Will the group be split: No.
Sex: Male
Age(s): Born between Sep and Nov 2012
Name(s): Choc-Chip, Butterscotch, Rum and Raisin
Colours: Beige+White and Tri-coloured, markings are still coming through.
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: Owners became overwhelmed
Temperament: Although nervous from their experience of life so far these lads have improved rapidly from the mice they were at arrival. They enjoy playtime and will definitely benefit from more one-to-one attention.
Medical problems: Old wounds, missing tail tips. No further treatment should be required.
Other info: Care should be taken when planning the cage layout, as their balance is slightly effected.

Number of animals: 4
Will the group be split: No.
Sex: Male
Age(s): Born between Sep and Nov 2012
Name(s): Magnum, Rocky (Road), Cornetto and (Mr) Whippy
Colours: Tri-coloured, markings are still coming through.
Neutered: No
Reason for rehoming: Owners became overwhelmed
Temperament: Although nervous from their experience of life so far these lads have improved rapidly from the mice they were at arrival. They enjoy playtime and will definitely benefit from more one-to-one attention.
Medical problems: Old wounds, missing tail tips. No further treatment should be required.
Other info: Care should be taken when planning the cage layout, as their balance is slightly effected.

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