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Caring for orphaned baby mice is not easy; many infant mice don't make it through the first week due to heat loss, lack of nutrition or sickness. If the baby mouse is a pinkie; that is, without any fur, raising him to adulthood is difficult, but not... More »
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How to Care for Baby Mice: 14 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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How to Care for Baby Mice. Whether your adult mice had babies or you stumbled across abandoned baby mice, caring for these small, fragile infants can be a ...

How to Care for Baby Mice | PetHelpful

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Feb 16, 2016 ... How I took care of three blind baby mice and how you can do it too. Instructions and the story of the time I cared for baby mice.

Caring for Orphaned mice - The Fun Mouse

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I have needed to foster babies a few times over the years. I have never had a mother not take care of her babies or the foster babies (or harm them in any way).

Caring for Orphaned Baby Rats or Mice - RMCA

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SUPPLIES. REHYDRATING SOLUTION - Lactated Ringers Solution from a vet or Pedialyte, a rehydrating solution for human infants found in the infant section of ...

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Dec 12, 2010 ... (If your baby mouse is a deermouse ): deermice in North America can carry a deadly disease, Hantavirus, that they can pass on to humans.

AFRMA - Caring for Rat & Mouse Orphans

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See the AFRMA Breeding Rats & Mice, Care and Guidelines book for more on ... A baby bird feeding syringe with a fine curved tip or a very small doll nursing ...

Orphaned Baby Mice - G.W. Deer Mouse Ranch

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If you find a foster mom you will still need to care for the baby until you are able to place the baby with her. It would be best if she isn't a first time mom as mice ...

Raising Orphan Rats - Rat Fan Club

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This article is from the Rat Health Care booklet. ... Deer mice, which is a common wild species found as orphans, are about 1 to 1 ¼-inch (2.5-2.3 cm), long at birth. ... It's very difficult to hand raise a baby rat (or mouse) who is less than a week ...