Many of us have already encountered problems with mice living in our home. Mice are actually quite of the same intellectual capacities as of our canine pets. They have the ability to learn and understand things instantly. Yes, they are smart. However, what do we do if we caught mice? Do we kill it right there and then or do we relocate it far away from our home? That is what we are going to find out.
Mice are robust creatures that can be found anywhere in the world. They can live everywhere, grasslands, forests, and of course, manmade establishments.Our little rodents are a nocturnal kind, this is why we always hear them scavenging usually at night or midnight. Mice are territorial and they like to have a bulky space.
Do mice live alone?
It depends where the mice has decided to live. If the mice lives in a small area, they usually live alone. Nevertheless, if the mice lives somewhere refined, they usually come in groups or in a pack.Normally, an alpha male is controlling the pack.
What do mice eat?
Well, when we were young, we often see many mice cartoon characters that eats cheese. What we do not know is that mice are omnivores; this means that they eat both plants and meat. Actually, cheese is just one of the few supply they can easily find in our homes, but they would normally just eat anything they can find that is edible. Our little rodents as opposed to their tiny sizes eat a couple of times, compared to a human who eats a minimum of three times a day; our little friends here eats roughly fifteen to twenty times a day. Yes, that is such an appetite they consume in their physiques.
I caught mice, what do I do?
Now, you caught mice and you thought that killing it might be a little too extreme. Therefore, you decided to relocate it. Note that when relocating mice, it would be helpful to allow at least two to three miles away from your house. However, mice that are not used to their territories would abruptly perish. Why? One, they do not have supply of their food; two, they are not used to living in that area and three; unfortunately, they will only be preys to other wildlife such as birds, stray dogs and cats. Do relocated mice survive?