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runningwithscissors asked:

28 Aug 2010

Please help..

My pet mouse [Mousey] has been itching his ear and behind his ear for a really long time. He broke the skin open and he actually scratched part of his ears off. It's really depresseing to see him like that. I really want to know if you guys know anything about it.



Oh, and my mom doesn't want to take him to a vet, which seems a little heartless to me, but she says she doesn't want to pay for it.



There's a picture of him. It's gotten worse since then. I actually do have another mouse. His name's Stewart. I got him to try to give Mousey a distraction from his itching. But it obviously didn't work. Do you guys think I should keep them seperated until we find out what's wrong with Mousey?

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nana_0601 says:

Posted on 28 Aug 2010

Okay I did a bit of research since I just checked the Q&A page before I left for the night D: I couldn't ignore the question ): sorry to hear about your pet Mousey. Most Likely it's developed a case of mites, especially if it's the only mouse you have. See without a mouse friend to help groom them most lone mice develop mites. Of course it's better to go to a vet and get a full examination of it all, but until then, just be wary of any off behaviours. Treatment for mites won't work if its something else but I found this website who's owner seems to be having the same problem as you with the answerer giving a thorough response. With lots of options.



http://en.allexperts.com/q/Mice-3824/2009/2/Mouse-mites.htm

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