Can you believe it? Last week The Furry Bambinos had the great fortune of getting to hunt three mousies in the same night!!
It all started after dinner. We could tell that there was a mousie in the basement, so we surrounded it, and I brought it upstairs to the fambly room where we like to play with them.
We roughed the mousie up a little bit before Mom and Dad took the mousie away from us. They released it out the back door.
Within 5 minutes, Meerkat had caught a second mousie and ran upstairs from the basement at top speed. She took the mousie into the fambly room, where we proceeded to play with it. We roughed the second mousie up, too.
“Another mouse?” Dad exclaimed. “Do you think it’s the same one we just put outside? He looks kind of sluggish.”
“Who knows?” Mom answered. “Maybe we should start tagging them.”
Mom and Dad took the second mousie away from us, capturing it in the mousie catcher.
They released it out the back door.
Then, the three of us Furry Bambinos headed to the basement where we surrounded the third mousie. This one took a little longer to ferret out from its hidey spot under one of the big white machines. I caught it, and all three of us raced back upstairs to the fambly room for the playing.
Mom and Dad took the third mousie away from us. This one was real easy for them to catch, because he wasn’t running very much. This time, they released it out the front door.
Mom and Dad were wondering if we had three dumb mice, or the same really really STUPID mousie.
The Furry Bambinos will never tell! 🙂
13 thoughts on “Three Dumb Mice”
I think lizards are a lot like mousies: my Mommie always takes them away from me, but they never seem quite as good as new after I am done with them. I wonder why mousies do not live in my area? They seem like good toys.
Mouses are fun to play with! I haven’t got to play with a real mouse in 4 years, sense I adopted momma and moved inside. I think having a momma is a good trade for hunting mouses. Who knows, maybe one will come in my house too someday!
Mum never allows catch and release. It is catch and kill. So when we get more than one mousie in house, we know it isn’t the same one.
THREE mouses in one day!! Boy you three are so lucky!! (hehehe) One for each of you!! Have a nice weekend!
Your FL furiends,
Wow! I’ve never played with a real mousie.
Ymmm I thinks you guys are too slow. I am a big mousketeer and catch lots of mousies.
Sounds like fun though.
Wow! You three are very lucky! It’s like you caught a mouse a piece!
Do you think the same mouse keeps coming back in the house?
Oh, we wish you had submitted this post to this week’s Carnival of the Cats — there were several posts about mice, and this is such a good one!
I’m almost betting on the same mousie . . . poor thing doesn’t seem too bright, does he?
hi Furry Bambinos, nice to meet ya:)
We from Meaouwy Troops kind of stay away from rodents nations, coz we think they’re yuchk & dirty so we’re afraid if we make any contact with them will lead us to diseases.
But, we think birds & butterflies are so fascinating, coz they can fly away soo fazt indeed!
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Doesn’t matter if it’s the same mouse or 3 different mice. If it’s a mouse in the house, the Furry Bambinos will handle the situation, thank you very much. Next time you see one, just don’t tell the human, and then you can have some *real* fun!
I’m with Derby. Catch and kill. No mouse in the house!