Flik is a male mouse found dumped at the Columbia Park, found on the shoreline about to go in the river. He was born approximately March 2016. Flik did not run from his finders. He allowed them to pick him up and cuddle him. He doesn't mind being held. Flik does not bite. He is a wiggly one ready for adventure. Flik is an excellent climber. He loves extension tubes, so you can have fun with those as an owner (constantly changing them and making them adventurous). Flik loves his house and is enjoying being cared for again.
Please be aware that we are not a "first come, first served" rescue. We will choose the best fitting home for Flik. We will provide proof of veterinarian examination, any/all other vet records under our care, and an information/care guide.
Favorite Day Activity: Napping.
Favorite Night Activity: Climbing to the roof of his cage and playing in the extension tubes.
Favorite Place: His house (only about $7 at PetSmart!)
General Mouse Information: Mice are social, alert, and active small animals.
Average Lifespan: 1 - 2 years.
Activity Time: Nocturnal which means they are most active at night.
Average Adult Size: 2' - 4" long.
Grooming: Typically use a damp cloth or wipe if needed.
Adoption fee: $20
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