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Much better here than in the food cupboard!We have an ongoing problem with mice at present and as we have no cat and they are not afraid of dogs we've resorted to trapping.They're very sweet but the tails I don't like!Ruby
Ooh good luck. We had a problem with mice in the food cupboards in Finland (husband's grandparents place). The whole thing was a bit of a horror story involving the removal of a wall cupboard and the waterfall like movement of mice behind it. Our cat is a catcher of rats and mice; they live under next doors shed and in the compost heaps. I don't mind but sometimes he tries to bring live ones in and then loses them under the piano.
Awww... a mousie that reads! He's just adorable, and a library seems like the perfect home for him.xodulcy
Thanks Dulcy, not a daisy mouse this one but a reading corner mouse, destined for my classroom.
A reading corner mouse is delightful.I never saw the escaped mouse that Frankie brought in again & hope it found its way out !
Mice I can cope with; it is when Cheech brings rats in and "loses" them...
So gorgeous.... and reading too! I now work as a librarian in a school and I can see that I somehow need to be inspired by your mouse. The "white rabbit" (which is made by your fair hand) has recently made an appearance at the school library and church. (He is still being very well looked after):) Ruth
What age Ruth? As you have a library with need for a librarian I assume secondary school. Do you have much scope for display?