I have had alot of wild mice as pets and they have loved it so I don't see anything wrong with it You really should not release a hand raised mouse back into the wild. They rarely survive. They are very happy as pets, even if they are alone. Wild Mice are perfectly fine for having as pets! If you orphan them look up a good formula to feed them though :D
it depends what type of mouse it is
Wild mama mouse milk. lol
No, wild animals belong in the wild.
Yes, its fleas, especially, carry dangerous diseases. Leave it where you found it.
outside in the real world.
well maby it depends what type it is wild or not if it is wild then yes if it is not wild then no if it is wild and not wild which is both then i would not thoch it
Absolutely NOT!!! They are wild and will just spread germs!
Just release it back in the wild
cats milk you can bye at wallmart i have a wild baby rat and that's what the vat told me
yes u can keep them in a bucket any thing u like
Wild mice do not do well as pets. You would be better off if you went to a pet shop and purchased a pet mouse. They are cheap.
Only if you get one from a pet store can you keep a baby bird ,but not a wild one.
generally wild mice are not as docile and considered bad pets
keep it in a very warm environment, keep an eye out for any blood in its stool, and feed it baby soy formula every 3-4 hours during the day and twice during the night
You can't. You shouldn't keep a wild baby duck because it is illegal. You need to take it to an animal refuge.
Fill a pipette with baby soy milk formula (or kitten milk) and feed it to the baby mouse every 1-2 hours
they will eat just about anything and will chew out of just about anything that is not metallic. they love bread and cookies----apples - note: if you see one wild mouse, you probably have 10.
Nothing good. You should take the little guy to a rodent vet or a wild animal emergency hospital.
Hello. My mouse had babies, and the father was wild, so i don't know if this differs in half wild baby mice or domestic babies but they started to grow fur after about 3 weeks.
It should go back to the wild because that's where it was born, so it is used to living there.
It has a short life span anyway, but you should probably let it go.
You need to take them to an animal ruffuge center because it is illegal to keep wild ducks.
No. There is a risk of biting, scratching, rabies, and fleas. you can get pet mice from a store but you should never EVER keep a wild mouse as a pet
You need to get a hamster cage. It's made of wire and they can't chew through it. wouldn't a mouse cage be better?
The mice are very likely to fight and kill each other. Also, the wild mouse could have diseases which it could pass on to the tame mouse.