I completely agree, AND I commend you. And I come from personal experience. I actually did try to breed one of my mice one time, and luckily, I was not successful, because I realized that I had made a mistake. Not only was I immediately and regrettfully fearful that I had put little Hailey's life in jeopardy (as there are potential complications with labor, etc.), but I realized that if I wanted more mice, I could always go buy more, and give the ones that already exist a chance to have a healthy, happy life rather than adding to the already overly increasing mouse population. Why not save a feeder instead?
Although if you are a responcible breeder, I commend you as well, because I have done lots of research and realize what a hard job it must be!
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