These 14 Newborn Mice Were Rescued From Pest Control…Watching Them Get Fed Is Awe-Worthy!

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These 14 baby mice were brought to Wildlife Aid, a foundation in the United Kingdom that rescues wild animals. A Good Samaritan snuck them out of a deadly situation, when her employer called a local pest control unit to come.

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When they are this young, they need to be fed every two hours, every day and night. Staff at Wildlife Aid hand-feed them with a tiny paintbrush. They got separated into three smaller groups to make it easier for the three orphan-feeder volunteers to take care of them. Once they are old enough, they will be release back into the wild. I bet you never thought of mice as “adorable,” but I guarantee when you see these little guys you will definitely be saying “aww!”

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