I have a bit of a problem, first, I’m off work until Friday – so how am I going to entertain you?
“Tell us about things you’ve seen up people’s bums”, I hear you cry.
Alright, from tomorrow I’ll tell you about FBUA (Work it out yourself…)
Ok, now for the real dilemma…
As you may know, I like animals, so much so that when I found out I had a mouse in my flat (he wandered out to the middle of the floor to say hello), I used a humane mouse-trap to catch him. I then released him near the bins by my flats so he could have plenty of stuff to eat and hide in.
As an antidote to the pictures of cats I posted here, let me post a picture of the adorable little creature that I caught..
Unfortunately it appears that there is another mouse still living with me. Now, given that I felt really guilty throwing his friend out into the cold, cruel world, I’m of a mind to let him stay in my flat, perhaps feeding him little scraps of food. I don’t know how he has been feeding himself so far, as all the food in my flat is either in tins, or microwavable containers in my freezer.
I wonder if it could be the same mouse? He’d have to be very clever to find my flat out of the 200 in my block. Let alone getting in throught the security doors and climbing up seven flights of stairs.
So my dilemma is, do I let him stay (knowing full well that the council will be knocking these flats down sometime in the near future), or do I catch and release him like his friend, possibly ending up as some cat chew toy?
I’ve got a feeling I’m going to let him stay – just so long as he doesn’t chew any cables, or leave little turds where I can find them. I mean, I’ve shared a house with seven nurses – one mouse shouldn’t be a problem.