Mice are pretty simple, easy to care for critters. A 5 or 10 gal aquarium, a wheel, a water bottle, and a food dish (not really needed if you provide a lab block) is all they really need. For toys, you can give them empty toilet paper or paper towel tubes, shredded paper/toilet paper, used popsicle sticks (flavorful!) or anything else made of safe materials lying around the house. A lot of them like bird toys, too, or rope which you can string around in a wire cage.
For a little house, turn an empty clean cottage cheese/sour cream/margarine container upside down, (with a lid on) and cut a door, leaving about a 3/4" lip at the bottom. They like to gather chushy, clean bedding to sleep in and make a pretty little nest.
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