Mice don't usually have a great deal of bladder control--they just let go when they need to. If you hold a mouse for any length of time, you will probably get peed on. However, it depends on the mouse, too--tame mice who trust you may wait awhile until they HAVE to go on you, and may even wait until you put them back in the cage. Mice who don't trust you will pee on you as soon as you pick them up. Some mice will also choose to pee in a certain corner of their cage, but many of them don't care. Like dogs and cats, male mice will use their pee to mark their territories.
I meen compute mouses
There is no such thing as a mouses. It is mice for your information
Mouses are used for controling what you what to look at or point at. Mouses can be optional or machanical.
Since the plural form for mouse (a small mammal) is mice, you must mean the type of mouses used for computers.There is no specific collective noun for a bunch of computer mouses, so let's try the collective nouns for mice:a horde of mousesa nest of mousesa mischief of mousesYes, I think 'a mischief of mouses' will work very well, given what people get up to with their mouses.
The mouses name is Ralph
i am actually not shore, but i think mouses are kinda scary dont u?
That depends on your preference.
a mouses gestation period is anywhere from 20 to 30 days
The baby mouses eyes will open on Day 15 - exactly!
The answer is yes, dogs can kill Mouses, but dogs can also kill rats.
because we use mouses? ?? ? ok, idk thats such a stupid answer. but does it have anything to do with mouses? :S
You can say computer mice or computer mouses, both are acceptable.
a mouses heart beats about 500-600 times a minute
it's in the title. the mouses name is Stuart Little and his brothers name is George Little
Yes, ferrets can kill Mouses. Besides killing Mouses, ferrets can also kill rats.
i doubt it!
No, they never.