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Mice and rats verses multi-mamerys

Questions and suggestions regarding reptile cuisine.

Re: Mice and rats verses multi-mamerys

Postby the fox » Sun Oct 04, 2009 7:10 pm

Thanks for having a look, im sure ill come across some soon enough.

I can remember that the first couple mice i brought for a breeder call mr burger, those mice where breed in a steel cage it was like a box but the front was mesh. Maybe those could work for mms.
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Re: Mice and rats verses multi-mamerys

Postby slangman » Sun Oct 04, 2009 9:30 pm

i keep several colonies of multies as the royals seem to love them . They also breed very well but in the uk , they struggle with the cold and i have had to fit insulation in the outside shed aswell as heat cable to keep them from freezing . Some snakes will go mad for them but others dont touch them and this is why i keep normal mice and rats aswell . Variety seems to keep royals feeding regular . They do certainly chew through everything and many breeders over here provide them with adequite chewing material so they leave the cages alone . I go through loads of old pices of plastic guttering (both the pipe and the gutter itself .) they chew through these fairly quick aswell as breed under and inside them . Seems to prevent (but not stop completely) them eating the cages . Any escapees in my shed will be long time frozen by the time morning comes as they succumb very quick to the cold wether .
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Re: Mice and rats verses multi-mamerys

Postby LeglessDragon » Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:18 am

Thanks slangman. Here by me is a haven for wild mice. It's warm and the kids leave food all over! If the mm's get out then they will cause complete havoc!!!
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Re: Mice and rats verses multi-mamerys

Postby Yolanda » Fri May 08, 2015 6:01 pm

Any1 in capetown got MM yet ?? Desperately want some :) please what's app me on 0794003560

Thanks everyone for all the useful information
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