Rodent Alert: Ways You May Be Inviting Mice into Your Home
Have you been unknowingly attracting rodents into your home? Below we list 6 ways you may actually be inviting these pests into your house...
Why Elephants Are More Resilient to Cancer Than Mice
Scientists have made a curious observation - large animals, like elephants, are a lot less likely to get cancer than small ones, and this is why...
He Found a Mouse in His Yard and Got His Building Tools
UK nature photographer built a miniature village for the mice in his yard
Worried About Rodents? 5 Signs You Have an Infestation.
If you are unsure whether or not rats or mice have made a nest in your home, then the warning signs below are bound to give you a good indication.
Researchers Have Managed to Actually Reverse Dementia...
Dementia doesn't yet have a cure, but the world is a step closer to having one after researchers managed to reverse the illness in mice. Read on to learn more.
These Cute Photos Will Make You Get Over Your Fear of Mice
You are simply going to fall in love with these cute little rodents!
Hilarious: Please Lord, Make Me Comfortable Here in Heaven
When a cat dies and goes to Heaven, it makes a special request to God for the hard life it had to endure on Earth. God is only too happy to oblige...
If You Have a Mouse Problem, This is How to Get Rid of It
If you have a mouse in your house there are many great (and humane) ways to get rid of it. Here are 6 of them.
3 Mice Repellents to Rid Your Home of Rodents
Whether you love or hate mice you certainly don't want them getting into your house uninvited. So, here are 3 peppermint deterrents that you have to try.
10 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Mice In Your House!
There are ways to deal with a mice infestation in your home in an efficient and humane way.
Science News: Have We Finally Found the Fountain of Youth?
A new research from Harvard and the University of New South Wales might have found the cure for aging!
Trick-Mousing - Amazing and Adorable!
Mice are much cleverer than most people believe, and they easily respond to training, as long as you use positive reinforcement, or in other words - reward them frequently for their behavior with food. Happy mice that get rewards are easily trained