Releasing A Mouse Into The Wild

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago Misc

Look at him goooooooooo...nooooooooo!
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Female 400
Meh. It took awhile for the video to load, so I sat here looking at the "noooooo!" wondering whether it would be an owl or a cat. Didn`t get a laugh out of it.
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Male 369
"It`s OK soldier, just pretend he`s a muslim."

Twat!
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Female 2,549
Oh noo, poor mousie :-(
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Male 45
junkdaddy : I know right. Those multiple bark covered vegetation and scattered dead leaves totally don`t count as trees or places to hide. A thousand curses on this heartless man. (-_-:)
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Male 14,775
It`s OK soldier, just pretend he`s a muslim.
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Male 945
I seriously have not laughed that hard in a long time.
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Female 127
I still laughed. Shouldn`t have, but I did.
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Male 1,364
hahaha lol, best post in weeks.
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Female 261
"I`m a terrible person!" Yeah, you are. Should have at least let it free next to the trees, or somewhere else it could have found a hiding place.
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Male 1,920
Reminds me of This Clip
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Male 2,553
Aw. Video not found.
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Male 60
Nature, yo. Doesn`t care about anyone or anything.
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Male 72
that guy is one cute sweetheart
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Male 37,914

A mouse or Schrewe?

As The Bard said, [quote]"That which we call a mouse by any other name is still disgusting." [/quote] Or something to that effect.
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Female 1,540
@MacGuffin Oh what a relief! I was so sad I didn`t think I was going to be able to sleep tonight for fear of that image replaying over and over again. ;)
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Male 36,558
I thought birds had no sense of smell? Or it was really bad?

Anyhow, I think hawks & other raptors aren`t really fussy: if it`s made of meat? They`ll eat it!
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Female 2,602
@5cats: The worst thing is, it probably died in vain. That eagle will have got 500 yards before deciding that it tasted like a bin, then dropped it and gone off to look for a `more `normal`-tasting rodent! :p
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Male 36,558
@MacGuffin: I`ve been getting squirrels in my attic now and then (need new roof: $5,000+) and trapping them.
Got one last week.
I feel bad about taking it out to the country (forrested area) and letting it go in winter, but even if a fox or owl eats it? It`s better than just killing it, right?

So while I feel bad for the prey, the preditor is very happy!

I read a sci-fi story of a telepathic animal hunting it`s prey. They were debating the merits of one not killing & eating the other.
"I have a spouse, a family!" said the prey.
"I have 3 kittens" said the preditor "Which one should die of hunger because I let you live?"

& etc.
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Female 2,602

[quote]First...wasn`t that a shrew?
Second :([/quote]

It`s alright, don`t panic. I saw this the other week where there was a viral video going round of a toddler apparently being `snatch` by an eagle, only it turned out to be CGI. That mouse is alive and well as we speak, and is the toast of the Stunt Mouse Union for his fine acting.
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Female 2,602
LOL @5cats. Are you on `uppers` right now, by any chance? I ask because I think that`s the cheeriest, most "silver lining-y" thing I`ve ever heard you say about something that`s meant to be quite sad. The inappropriate chipperness of what you said reminds me of when I was given morphine a few years back: everything suddenly seemed really positive and life-affirming, even the bad stuff!

Thanks for the giggle. :D
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Male 37,914

LOL
If it woke me crawling up my leg I would not have been so kind.
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Male 1,442
Mother nature is a merciless bitch.
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Male 36,558
He made that hawk VERY happy!
And now a different mousie is alive because of it. That`s how nature rolls!
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Male 4,308
He seams like a real sweet guy but that didn`t stop me from getting a really bad case of the giggles.
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Female 1,540
First...wasn`t that a shrew?
Second :(
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Male 5,019
Is a drive trough for eagles commercial.
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Male 259
well it is the thought that counts..even though i am not sure how well it would have done in the winter anyway???
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Female 2,602
And here I was worrying about him freezing to death first whilst wondering why the hell they transported him to the release site in a rubbish bin. Without even first emptying the bin.
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Male 11,740
Last year my daughter did a catch and release fishing program to learn about fishing and wildlife. She caught one and the hook was stuck in its mouth, so the conservation agent had to cut the line. As soon as we released it, a bigger fish swam up and ate it. That little fish had a really bad day.
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Female 8,044
Link: Releasing A Mouse Into The Wild [Rate Link] - Look at him goooooooooo...nooooooooo!
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