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wild mouse

Species: mouse | Category: general | Submitted: 13 September 2007 02:25PM | viewed 4733 times
Q Caroline asks:

Hello, My cat brought in a tiny mouse which I have 'rescued' and put into a shoe box with food and water. It was dragging its hind legs earlier but managed to get around OK. Now it's lying on its side, eyes closed, mouth opening and closing and making 'clicking' noises. Is it OK, or should I do something? Many thanks

Q Our vet says: Unfortunately it sounds as if this mouse is dying. It may have internal injuries and haemorrhage which you cannot see. If it is still alive and seems to be obviously distressed you could take it to your local vet who will possibly put it to sleep. Many vets will treat wildlife for nothing- check before you go.
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