An unusual cat and mouse tale

A BABY woodmouse, no bigger than a finger, is now being nursed after it was brought in by a cat. Gary Williams, of Milton, Weston, rescued the mouse from his cat Coco. He said: It was so young its eyes were still closed." Mr Williams didn't want to put

A BABY woodmouse, no bigger than a finger, is now being nursed after it was brought in by a cat.Gary Williams, of Milton, Weston, rescued the mouse from his cat Coco. He said: "It was so young its eyes were still closed."Mr Williams didn't want to put it back in the garden as he didn't know where the nest was. He kept it in a small box overnight and fed it milk and cereal. He said: "We were surprised to see it had survived the night, so we took it to the Secret World wildlife rescue centre in East Huntspill."The patient is now being given round the clock care at the centre and is fed milk every two hours.


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