So, my 2 female mice had litters. One (the smaller one) had 16. The other (the bigger one) had 4
When the babies where born (within 24 hours of each other). The bigger female took over both litters and I removed the smaller female. I recently put the bigger mouse and put her back in with the smaller mouse (the babies are a month old so they can fed for themselves now). But, the smaller mouse keeps attacking the bigger female. I put them in a box for an hour to get them familiar with each other again and were fine, now that they are back in the cage, the smaller one keeps attacking. Help me.. why all the attacks? They were best friends. I don’t want to leave for my trip and have one dead..
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