Results for - Miniature mouse village

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(Source:boredpanda.com) Recently, photographer Simon Dell stumbled upon a family of mice running around his garden. Instead of reaching for the traps, however, he took out his tools. Dell built the mice a miniature village and they repaid him by posing in front of his camera.

1. (Source:boredpanda.com) Recently, photographer Simon Dell stumbled upon a family of mice running around his garden. Instead of reaching for the traps, however, he took out his tools. Dell built the mice a miniature village and they repaid him by posing in front of his camera. "I was out one day just taking photos of the birds in the garden and having just cut the grass I noticed something moving on the ground," Simon told Bored Panda. "I pointed my camera at the ground and was shocked but very happy to see a very cute little house mouse standing up just like a meerkat in the fresh cut grass." Would you consider making a mouse (or more) comfortable in your home?

Yes
15%
253 votes
No
69%
1,168 votes
Undecided
16%
279 votes

2. "I knew instantly he was a star and ran back inside to get a couple of peanuts to put down for him. Sitting there, waiting, it was only minutes before he came back out for the treats." - he said. If I had a neighbor like him I would have an issue: I would fear to get infested by mice, but I do love his small village and love his pictures. Do you like the village he built?

Yes
64%
1,080 votes
No
20%
346 votes
Undecided
16%
274 votes

3. "It was at that point I thought I would give him a little shelter and safe place to hide and feed." After saying something like this, I imagine he created some preventive measures to avoid infesting his area and getting reported by those affected. Do you consider his project can keep going for a long time, considering how fast rats can make their population grow?

Yes
33%
553 votes
No
32%
547 votes
Undecided
35%
600 votes

4. "The mice are still here and living a very happy life. It is winter now, so the days are shorter and they come out less often. Once it gets dark, it can be hard to see them. However, I see them come out in the day for food and it is always all gone by the next morning. I also give them handfuls of feathers from an old pillow and they take that to line their beds inside and keep them warm on these cold UK winter nights." He obviously cares for these little guys. Would you like to see more small villages like this one for other animals? If you do, please tell us who should live in your little village. Thanks.

Yes
27%
455 votes
No
37%
637 votes
Undecided
36%
608 votes
12/20/2018 Pets 1683 63 By: LBP

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