I am not as familure with mice, but I've worked with rats, and they really love company. I would say - get another mouse, but get a bit younger. Then do the introduction in a safe, neutral place - like a table top or the bath tub. They will probably have a bit of a fight- separate only if there is blood-shed. Otherwise, they have to work out their pecking order. Also, once they are getting along okay and you are ready to put them in the same cage, make sure that you've cleaned it out really well to remove the other mouses scent - they need to 'start over' in a fresh cage, so that the first mouse doesn't feel like he has to protect his teritory.
no but most people think that pollution is in the water and litter is on the ground but pollution is just another word for litter and litter is just another word for pollution.
As soon as they have had the first litter they can get pregnant again
The term "litter" is the most widely used name for a group of kittens born to the same mother. Another term used for a litter of newborn kittens is a kindle.
How long is it between litters for mice
A mother cat can't get pregnant for another 6 weeks after giving birth. So she wouldn't really be abandoning her litter they have no need for her milk anymore.
yes. But wash your hands first.
Pick of the litter.
a cats can have 1 or 6 there first litter or up to ten another, it depends on the cat.
You payed for the litter? YOU DID. You don't split anything. You just.... die.
Only one. And even then, the chance of a mare giving birth to a colt is a mere 50% or 1:1 chance.
It is a 50-50 chance that is will be a boy or a girl, it really can be anything, my friends silkypoo (silky terrier & poodle) had 2 girls and 1 boy in her 1st litter and 3 girls in her 2nd litter.
My neighbors Golden had eleven pups in her first litter. She had another litter a couple of years later and had nine.
About 4 to 6 months. A mother cat will have a litter and about 3 months later will go into heat and get pregnant. Two months later she will have another litter. A mother cat shouldn't have too many litters in her life it will wear her down and the stress could kill her.
when she bangs another rat
Yes, the parents do not fight. Also, If you let them keep their litter, they will not produce another litter until the current litter has grown up.
waste is another way of saying litter or rubbish
litter, garbage, waste, sediment
Yes, and the result will be another piebald dachshund litter.
This really depends on how healthy the Queen is. Having a litter requires a huge amount of energy and often takes a toll on the mother. A healthy mother that is not underweight will probably have a better chance of delivering another healthy litter. However, many Queens are exhausted after one litter so letting her fall pregnant immediately after does not let her gain her strength back. This increases the risk of complications with the next litter. If you are unsure, it is probably best to consult with your vet about your Queen's health.
No, she will eat them. Even if her own litter is 'tainted' with another scent this may happen, such as not covering your own scent with the smell of the bedding\ substrate before handling the young litter.
In some cases the mother cat knows the kitten is dying, such as the runt of the litter, and she abandons it to give her other kittens a better chance of survival. Another reason a mother cat will abandon the kitten is caused by the mother being far too young to have a litter, and therefore abandons a kitten (or all of them) because she is overwhelmed or not know what to do.
u have to buy it with foodollars or from another person