Mice

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  1. jacobie

    jacobie New Member

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    I have just bought some frozen mice for my MD and they have whiteish spots on them... I think it might be frostbite from the freezing process but was hoping someone could clarify

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    A picture could make things a little easier for us. Without looking at them we can't see whether they are just discolouration in the fur, frozen mold, frost etc. Have you tried defrosting one to see what happens?
     
  3. Beans

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    If they are pinkies, its nothing to worry about.

    They are called milk spots. Its milk from when it was feeding off mum and it has frozen.
     
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