It is generally recommended that two servings of milk (250ml per glass) be consumed. This will help to meet our daily calcium intake. Milk is also high in protein and growing children and drink more milk, and in this case low-fat milk will be preferable.
2 glasses of milk
3 cups a day
two cups actually if you are a kid. If you are a adult then 2 half or more. If you are a baby then a bottle which is 1 half pint or a quart
depending on male or female :female should have 500ml of milk per day male should have 250 ml (minimum)
If you are hand raising a baby mouse and you see a white spot on the left, middle side of its belly, this means it needs to excrete solid/liquid waste.(pee/poop)If it has no mother to help it, then you must assist. After each feeding, gently massage its abdomen to rectal area with a warm, damp cloth. This will help facilitate the process. If this is not done, your mouse will explode. (Just kidding.) It will, however, most likely develop diarrhea and most definitely a horrid belly ache. If your mouse has a mother and the white spot does not dissipate upon excretion, try the aforementioned suggestion. If you are still unsuccessful, call a vet or a local wildlife center or animal rescue league.
AnswerMilk rings! Aww! The cutest thing ever. The "large flat white thing" is mother's milk! Since the skin is so transparent when they're still pinkies, then you can easily see the milk still in their tiny little tummies.
It's nothing to worry about. Just means you have healthy and well-fed little babies.
I have had alot of wild mice as pets and they have loved it so I don't see anything wrong with it You really should not release a hand raised mouse back into the wild. They rarely survive. They are very happy as pets, even if they are alone. Wild Mice are perfectly fine for having as pets! If you orphan them look up a good formula to feed them though :D
Mice make great pets for certain people. First of all, if you want an animal that lives a long time, is super healthy, doesn't need a lot of care, then DO NOT get a mouse. However, they are WONDERFUL for those who want a sweet, fun, energetic pet and they should be willing to work hard to keep this animal healthy.Now, buying a mouse is a big decision and is not for the fainthearted (just kidding :) ) Here are Pros and Cons of owning a mouse:
PROS- They are adorable and energetic pets for mature children ten and up. I know of plenty od adults who keep mice, too! Great for teaching responsibility. They are relatively easy to take care of, get along very well with humans, and super easy to train. Also, domestic mice DO NOT spread diseases to humans. They make great pets for either gender (I am a girl and I have owned mice 3+ years)
CONS- Unfortunetly, Mice are smelly creatures ;) but that can be taken care of by purchasing female (males smell more D:) mice and cleaning their cages often. Pet stores are also NOT reputable breeders and their mice tend to be unhealthy (I just started buying my mice from show breeders instead). Mice are also breed rapidly and the last thing you want is to accidently buy a male and female, there up to 32 mice per litter!
You should let them stay with their mother for at least 8 weeks. That way you can keep them healthy and happy, ensure they are weaned, and I'm sure the mother would be happy too!!!
== == Legally, in most places a baby rabbit should stay with his mother until at least 8 weeks.
== == I breed them now for many year. I let them stay with their mother normally until 6 weeks and then I wean them. Most people do not SELL them until they are 8 weeks old. If they are older than 8 weeks that's great. If they are 12 weeks old that's a great age to buy them. The older the better for the life of the animal. I have had a litter livbe alone after rthe mother died and they survived without any other hep at 4 weeks, but I don't suggest weaning them at this age, but if the mother dies then they should be ok if they are at least 4 weeks old.
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