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Posted by John Fasoldt on 5:33:23 3/16/2015 from 108.24.127.31:

Jen:

I cannot erase PARTS of a post, however, I can erase your entire post, which I have done. In the future, should you post, just leave the email field blank and just your name will show.

As far as your mouse "problem" is concerned, don't worry about it. Short of having the mice autopsied (laughable) you won't know why they died. Might not even after an autopsy! Regardless of how they did die, they are not a danger to your animals. Even if, somehow, they were poisoned, poisons go by body weight/mass. Something that kills a mouse is not going to hurt a much larger animal should they eat it - which they probably wouldn't anyway, unless they are starving - which, I would guess, they're not. Besides, if your cats are anything like MY cat, they're pretty picky animals anyway. My cat has even turned down my leftover filet mignon on several occasions!

---John



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