if you don't buy the male mice at the same time while their in the same cage they would fight bitterly but 2 females might not have a problem with each other but the safest way to get 2 mice at a time is from the same cage.
no they will fight, and some babies may die.
You can put a new mouse in the same cage as another, but if your mouse prefers living alone, don't put the mouse in the cage. The older mouse should be better off solitary.
Yes, a cage is a cage. As long as there's no mouse in the cage already.
No.....................Dont do that they will fight and try to kill each other
No, that's not a good idea. The Gunineapig will most likely pick a fight with the mouse and kill it. So no.
in a cage
if a mouse can stick it's head through an area, it can get it's body through. if your unsure if your mouse can get out of a cage or not, put the mouse in the cage and close the doors of the cage, then put cage(with mouse in it) in bathtub overnight. if mouse gets out, your mouse will be safe in the bathtub(shut the drain of the bathtub) I hope this info will help
You can put the cage on the ground an open the cage door. if its to high for the mouse to reach make a stair with books or something. put some treats inside. if lost outside you probably wont see it again. you also could buy another mouse, but if i were you i'd keep on looking for it.
Its fine to but make sure if you have to males in a cage not to put a female in with them because then they will fight! Maybe to death
hi, if you can try to hold the mouse or put it somewhere else were it is safe! hope this helps!! ta spanks vibegirl101
When you fight don't fight on normal put hardcore and there will be tables but how to put cage
There are several important things to place in a mouse cage. First, you should get the biggest cage you can afford, to make your mouse happy and healthy. Next, you should purchase a bedding, but NO pine or cedar bedding! This is hazardous to your mouse's health. You should put the wheel in the center or edge of the cage. A wheel is important for your mouse, to exercise on. and release his stress. It can also be very entertaining to watch your mouse on the wheel. Sometimes, they even sleep on their wheel. You should put a small bowl in the corner of the cage for food. Attach a small rodent water bottle to the lower bottom of the wall of the cage for the mouse to drink. Put a few chew toys in the cage, and you will own a happy and healthy little pet!
Probably not. But I read a book in my school library about gerbils and the author of it said that one of his friends put a gerbil and a mouse together in a cage and they worked out OK.
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?
Yes, I would put the adult male in another cage to be on the safe side. Check with a pet store near you. They should be able to provide you with some good information when it comes to breeding.
No.They will fight
not unless you want 1 dead mouse and 1 alive mouse!
Only if you devide the cage first, so they can not get to each other. If they are allowed to get to each other, they will fight.
Yes, female mices can get along once they get used to each other. Introduce the mice outside the cage first and see how they get on. If they don't fight try this: clean the cage you are going to put them in very well (to get all the 'mouse' smell off it) and then put the female mice in the cage together at the same time. As this cage has been cleaned it should be neutral territory and therefore the female mice should not fight. If they do fight you might want to consider houseing them in different cages.