Danger mouse
Danger mouse

Danger mouse

By LEIGH PRITCHARD

lpritchard@dailyexaminer.com.au

HE is plump, quiet and friendly and just wants to go home.

WIRES carer of 15 years, Ramornie's Carole Bryant, wants to reunite a mouse (pictured left) found in Grafton with its owner.

Carole placed a free 'found' notice in The Daily Examiner Classifieds after her husband Robert found the white mouse at the Clarence Valley Council Depot.

"(Robert) thought he would leave it to the carpet snake that lives in our shed," Carole said. "But I wouldn't let him.

"Any animals council workers find they give it to Robert to bring it to me."

Carole, a human and animal naturopath, said the mouse was quiet and obviously a pet. It is about five centimetres long, not including its tail.

"We think it must belong to somebody who has gone on holidays," Carole said.

"He belongs to somebody and somebody will be missing him. All animals are important, including mice."



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