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2007-01-10 02:54:37

Fruit and vegetables can be a good healthy treat for your mice. Make sure it isn't acidic (like Oranges and onion). Good fruits and vegetables are carrots, apples and peas (uncooked). Uncooked pasta can also be a great treat for your mice as well as keeping those teeth in shape! they love rolled oats lettice and shortbread

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