Why is This Mouse’s Tail Bright Orange?

Mouse orange tail ©KIm Smith 2014JPGBecause my dear husband loves to trap mice, but does not have the heart to kill them. After capturing, he lets the mouse go. I asked, how can he be sure he is not catching the same mouse. He decided to conduct an experiment, painting the tail of any captured mouse with brilliant orange non-washable paint. None have showed up back at our home, but if you happen upon a cute orange-tailed mouse, please let us know!

9 thoughts on “Why is This Mouse’s Tail Bright Orange?

  1. I have a mouse who takes the kibbles and bits out of the dog dish and puts them in our shoes. I either have to convince Stella to finish her dinner or explain to Stuart Little that shoes are not a long term storage solution.


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