What were the reasons for founding Delaware?
There were two main reasons for founding Delaware. The first was for trade and the second reason was for religion.
For the founding of Jamestown, over 20 years in England, Engalnd tried to plant another colony. So, they sailed of to America, found a colony and named it after King James I. For the founding of Plymouth, pilgrims didn't want to join the church in England and the government took action against them. They fined the pilgrims, jailed them, and some were even executed. Pretty awful huh? Hoped that helped you! :)
There were several: one major reason was as a response to the rise in lynching-- a brutal practice that was all too common in the south, where a black man was falsely accused of a crime (usually rape or assault of a white woman), and before a trial could even occur (or in some cases, after the black man was convicted by an all-white jury in a process that was meant to find him guilty)…
What reasons did the founding fathers give for their decision to write a Declaration of Independence from great Britain?
No, although you may be asking about whether he "founded" (originated, became its first leader) Delaware, rather than whether he found (located, discovered) it. Penn is best known for founding Pennsylvania. But Penn was involved with Delaware's history. He did not discover it (Henry Hudson and several Dutch explorers are generally credited with that); he also did not found it-- as mentioned, the first rulers of Delaware were the Dutch. But Penn was later involved…
Unless there are some obscure pet laws in Delaware. I don't think it would be against the law in Delaware. One thing to consider is that mice sometimes carry diseases with them. I would advise against having one just for the health reasons alone. Another thing to consider is if it escapes you can bet your mother and sister will be screaming there heads off when they see it.