Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer

Be Forewarned, I am a Fey and Quixotic Creative Writer
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Saturday, March 25, 2017

My Pet Mouse...and Family

I purchased a pet mouse around November of last year.  He is very intelligent and I am able to communicate with him.  He nods to me in thanks when I give him food.  He escaped and was able to fulfill his reproductive destiny.  He met a country mouse in my attic.  At first when he had his freedom he would still come to me.  I was incarcerated in a mental hospital for a week and a half and  he had to eat my potted parsley to survive.  When I came out he was less trusting .  At first it was endearing to see his little mixed children.  He is black with white markings. He looks like he is wearing a waistcoat and mask.  I named him Gus and perceived him to be an incarnation of my grandfather.  His wife invited her relation in and before too long my attic was overrun with mice and they wanted to expand their presence into the rest of the house.  This could not be, so I set a have -a- heart trap and released about 15 into the garage.  They continued to multiple and I could not keep up.  Sadly, I had to poison them.  They were in my bed, on my curtains and everywhere. When I asked
Gus to show me his children with his similar markings, he pushed one out of the hole in the wallboard in my presence.  They pissed in an old duffle bag and he would let me know when It needed freshening by going to the bag. We are telepathic of sorts.

He did get to keep with him a companion daughter, which might be female.  I picked up two aquariums at the local second hand shop and plan to separate them.  The squeaking in the walls of the attic I believe were romantic sounds as his little companion squeaks when he ravishes her.  I don't know what I will do when and if she conceives and bears children.  I guess I will have girls in one tank and boys in the other.

In my closed I vision with phosphenic images I watches blobs of white mouse spirits departing.  Because I set some free to take their chances against cats and owls and did not kill all, I don't believe that I am in a bad pet -Karma situation.  Once again, though, pet ownership, even of a tiny little rodent proved to be quite the challenge for me.

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