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== As soon as your mouse is beginning to eat solid food, start to provide it with extra nutritious foods in addition to regular mouse food. Try a little bit of scrambled egg, tiny scraps of chicken, oily fish, porridge, and if you can afford to buy some, try substitute animal's milk, the kind used to feed orphaned baby animals. It's full of nutrition! Make sure the little thing is not being bullied by it's stronger siblings too!

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