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    So I just found my cat with a mouse, I waited for her to drop it and set it free but when she did it was already dead, so I tried to take it away from her and dispose it but she picked it back up and ran off. I went after her but can't find the mouse anywhere so I think she ATE it!!! What should I do?
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    Eat the cat.
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    Get a spider

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    I would not worry too much, just worm your cat, what they are doing is natural.
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    (Original post by liviyafinn)
    I would not worry too much, just worm your cat, what they are doing is natural.
    Thank you! I am just worried in case it makes her sick.
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    Was your mouse already connected to a computer?
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    OH WAIT, you mean REAL MOUSE? nevermind
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    (Original post by paigehan0)
    Thank you! I am just worried in case it makes her sick.
    if she is sick more than three times in 24 hours, that's when you should be worried. But my cat eats mice too, she will be fine.
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    (Original post by liviyafinn)
    if she is sick more than three times in 24 hours, that's when you should be worried. But my cat eats mice too, she will be fine.
    Brill! Thank you She seems fine and is just doing the usual things she does, I will just keep my eye on her.
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    (Original post by paigehan0)
    Brill! Thank you She seems fine and is just doing the usual things she does, I will just keep my eye on her.
    can you post a picture of your cat!!

    no reason, just curious (i adore cats)
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    (Original post by Heyok)
    Was your mouse already connected to a computer?
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Mouse-Mouse!/
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    (Original post by ZiggyStardust_)
    can you post a picture of your cat!!

    no reason, just curious (i adore cats)
    I second this request.
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    (Original post by ZiggyStardust_)
    can you post a picture of your cat!!

    no reason, just curious (i adore cats)
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    i hope the picture is there haha! idk how to work this site
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    your cat is scary, it's starring into my soul
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    (Original post by paigehan0)
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    i hope the picture is there haha! idk how to work this site
    aaaahhhhhh!!! they're a cutie )
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    Of course she did, she's a cat.
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    You shouldn't do anything because that's sort of what cats do.
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    My ex cat was scared of a piece of hair on the floor
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    My cats eat mice all the time.

    One of them even ate my hamster.

    Nothing bad happened, and it saved me opening a tin of cat food.
 
 
 
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