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Sleeping alone

Post by inkeduptara on Tue Mar 13, 2012 7:44 pm

I know I am OCD and will drive you nuts with NEWBIE questions. My one mouse, Jezzabel is sleeping alone yesterday and today. She is not lethargic, she is running and playing and social with the other mice, but is it ok or should I worry? She just prefers to sleep alone during the main part of the day.

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Post by LittleSniffs on Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:25 am

Some of my mice do this now and then. I wouldn't worry just yet, maybe she's feeling crowded! LOL
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Post by kawmice on Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:37 am

Some mice just need their space. As long as she is eating, drinking, and acting normally I would not worry too much. Happy
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Post by inkeduptara on Wed Mar 14, 2012 9:32 am

Ok good. I think she was maybe warm. PA is having a warm snap and the apartment was almost hot enough to warrent the A/C being on for the chins, but it stopped at 75 and got cooler as the night went on. I am used to singular animals, so I am new to the whole "group dynamic" and I am a worrier. Have i driven ya nuts yet? :p

She is a brat this little mouse, she picks on one of the other ones, half the night, and then snuggles and plays with her the rest. I think she is Bi-Polar lol. Twisted Evil

I added tons more ropes for them to climb on and they seem to love it, and will be trying to go look for a larger tub/tote again this weekend, to give them more space and more toys.

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Post by kawmice on Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:00 am

Yea, Jersey is having the same weird weather! Last night alone it was 71 degrees. My place was hot as well.
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Post by GypsyTails on Wed Mar 14, 2012 10:27 am

Same down here in GA! Yesterday, I had almost every doe in a different spot of the cage! I even turned on the AC for a few minutes to get it ready for regular use.

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Post by inkeduptara on Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:06 am

GypsyTails wrote:Same down here in GA! Yesterday, I had almost every doe in a different spot of the cage! I even turned on the AC for a few minutes to get it ready for regular use.

Sad part is, i think next week or so mine will have to go on full time. I am on a 4th floor, and the roof is flat and heat ends with us and sticks, so it is always warmer inside. My A/C usually doesnt turn off for good until end of November with the chins, and the sun beating on us, I have to make sure they are comfy. Seems the mice like the temp of 69 I keep it at too. I bet they are just a bit warm. They were all business as usual last night, rearranging cage things lol!

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