How to Adopt Mice

Please be aware that we do have a waitlist to meet the demand for our mice. If you are looking for a male, you will probably not have much luck unless you request one in advance so one can be held back for you. If you are looking for a specific variety you might have to wait for a mouse of that variety to be born and then 5 weeks for your baby to be weaned. Furthermore, because mice are living creatures and not toys, we cannot guarantee that any mating will take, that a mouse will not miscarry, or that an exact combination of varieties will be born in a particular litter. The health and safety of our animals comes first and we take that very seriously.

Before beginning the process to adopt, please be sure you have thoroughly researched mouse ownership, care, and basics. We are always happy to answer questions should you have any, so please feel free to contact us on Facebook.


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Check out our available litters/rats and the Our Mice page to see what is available here. Then, fill out the mouse application so we can review it. The application is short and simple. It gives us basic contact info, your experience level (all experience levels welcome!), and what you are looking for. This let’s us find the perfect match for you!


Contact us! The best way to do that is through our Facebook page by clicking the button below. You can find other forms of contact on the ‘Contact’ page of the site, too. When you contact us, we will review your application and, once approved, talk to you in more detail about the options we have coming up. Then we can get you set up on the waitlist.


Fill out the contract. The contract is very short and covers a lot of the basic risks to owning mice from any source, health and temperament guarantees offered on the mice, and what is allowed on the PET ONLY contract.