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Free jigsaw puzzle online of a cute wood mouse sitting on the ground. Wood mice are common in Europe and northern Africa. The mice are nocturnal and eat seeds from trees and plants.

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elijah13
Oct 21, 2016
Never heard of a wood mouse! This was a harder puzzle than I thought.
denisemmmm
Apr 30, 2014
Praying, 'I hope the neighbors cat does not spot me! "
fiestyolelady
Jan 31, 2014
I am not afraid of mice, but I don't want any. One field mouse walked into our house & didn't even know to be afraid. He just thought everything was strange.
toadalove
Jan 16, 2014
Cute little nose!
mackirdry
Nov 19, 2013
He's so cute!!!!!!
SANTACLAUS
Sep 21, 2013
Wow what a cutie this little fellow is love to see them in there natural habitat, thank you team enjoyed this one.
angelwings
Jun 17, 2013
I love his little face, I wonder what he is thinking.
jiggler
Jan 29, 2013
"ooh, please, not the cat! Not the cat!!" So cute, their little hands fascinate me.
jaffacat
Jan 29, 2013
Agreed!!
Rozina1010
Feb 20, 2013
Woodmice are related to hamsters. Who are also noctural and eat seeds mostly and would be harmed by the cat. Those same little itty bitty paws.
Rozina1010
Mar 5, 2013
Hello New Z. I once had a lady friend living in Aukland Balmoral. Are you anywhere near there? It is afternoon here. I love hamsters but won't try to tame wild mice!
jiggler
Mar 6, 2013
Hi, Rozina - I'm in the North Island of New Zealand too, but lower down - well, halfway down on the left hand side (west Coast) - in Taranaki. I used to own a pets' boarding home, and have looked after pet mice and rats there (among other things). They are very cute! And not smelly if you clean their houses out every day :-))
Rozina1010
Mar 6, 2013
Yes I always cleaned my hamsters' cage. They like to hoard food and sometimes they got some wet food. They had a corner for a bathroom. But with little rodents there isn't a big deal about cleaning not like a fish tankl! I almost got a white rat but decided not to...she didn't live too long the lady told me Jessie(rat) had a serious medical condition and passed away. But she left a fan club behind rip!
Taffi
Apr 23, 2013
As a teenager, I had hamsters. I still remember my mother getting me two hamsters for Christmas one year. She told me to stay in my bedroom. Then I heard her coming upstairs. The next morning, she looked tired. She told me to go up to my bedroom and that I was not allowed down in the basement. I asked about my hamster that was down there and she said she'd look after it. OK!

Next day was Christmas Day. She sent me down to the basement. In a baby's bathtub were two hamsters. One was albino and the other was a teddy bear hamster. So then I had 3 hamsters!

The hamsters had kept her up on the night before Christmas Eve as they are most definitely nocturnal :)
Rozina1010
Apr 23, 2013
Amen to that! We have had over 6 all males one after the other as they live about 2 years. Especially when young they can run over 20 mile marathons on those wheels. My dad was a night person wo they kept each other company. The hamster groomed about 10 o'clock and then ran like the dickens on that wheel. Separate rooms are a must for these critters if you want your beauty sleep. Thanks for sharing! I had golden hamsters and one angora also had two left over from a hospital lab research that we got for free! They are cute however and I loved those itty-bitty paws!
Rozina1010
Apr 24, 2013
I forgot to give their names...Julio, Romeo, Nicky, Jr., Mocha, and the last one looked like a collie dog...Lassie. One girl that I got for free was Francesca but she was already very old and went to hamster heaven 3 months later. Rest in Peace my pets! How long did you have yours?
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