8 Facts About Mice

House mice are everywhere! These little pests can be found inside homes, on the outside of buildings or even in your attic. Mice make themselves at home by gnawing away pieces of paper that they find around places you would never imagine—like behind walls where there is no need for them to hang out because it’s too high up off ground level (elevated areas). They also like eating anything from food stores such as grains and seeds; crayons if given half a chance.

1. If you have a mouse infestation, rest assured you are not alone.

Hundreds of thousands fall victim to the cold winter months every year as mice and other rodents invade their homes looking for food, water or shelter from harsh conditions. Mice typically enter our houses between October-April where they can cause great damage by eating anything that is not properly secured on counters (including foods), making it necessary for homeowners keep an eye out while cooking!

2. Mice have big appetites.

Mice are some of the most python-iest creatures in existence, with tiny bodies and even smaller stomachs! They eat between 15-20 times per day. As a result they like to live near food sources so that their homes can be easily located by these items if needed or just as an added bonus which gives them more time at feeding times.

3. They are little gymnasts.

Mice are excellent climbers, jumpers and swimmers. In fact these little guys can leap up to 10 inches in the air which makes it easy for them run around on kitchen counters or reach into your pantry where you keep all of those yummy foods! To stop pesky pests from making a meal out our food we should store everything they need inside hard plastic containers with tightly sealed lids- including utensils so that when someone goes looking there isn’t anything left behind but an empty box.

4. They are little Houdinis!

Mice are tiny creatures that can squeeze through the tiniest of cracks. They love exploring new places, so you should make sure they don’t get inside by sealing up any exterior openings with silicone caulk or steel wool; these materials will also stop them in their tracks if there is an interior gap too!

5. They have relatively short lifespans.

In the wild, mice usually only live for about five months. They are subject to be caught and consumed by predators such as cats or snakes who can’t tell them from prey! In a lab setting though – where researchers care deeply about their well-being–mice often thrive even longer than 2 years (some have gone on record at over 20!).

6. They spread more germs than you know.

Imagine the number of diseases that could be carried by a tiny creature such as this mouse! From Hantavirus and Salmonella to 200 other human pathogens – no one knows what they’re dealing with down there (or above).

7. Mice aren’t potty-trained.

House mice are the most wonderful creatures! They produce between 40 and 100 droppings per day, but they don’t throw up because of their diet. In addition to this amazing waste production rate (or “mouseaze”), these little guys constantly give off micro-droplets urine as they travel around town every single blessed hour—and if you’re looking for a silver lining? Rats & Mice Scaleologically speaking: It turns out that while other animals may vomit after eating too many vegetables or something nasty like bile rescue insects; our favorite furry friends do not go down those paths at all.

When a house mouse gives birth, she can have up to twelve babies every three weeks. That makes as many as 150 offspring in one year! If you spot this little cutie running around your home—don’t worry: they are friendly and will leave alone if it’s not food or playtime (or both). But just know there might be more of them coming soon enough so contact an experienced pest professional here at Spire Pest of Orlando Fl (407)723-7863 before things get out of control!”