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Posted by mikecoscia on December 09, 2002 at 21:33:59:

In Reply to: Pinkie Mice for R. Leachianus? posted by leprachaun13 on December 09, 2002 at 17:33:02:

I would just feed them the fruit for the next few days. Pinkies are really high in fat and should not be feed to often. I have run out of crix more times then I can remember due to late shipments. I would just give all my rhacs fruit till they came in. Sometimes they would get it for a few days, others for the whole week. Itís really no big deal especially for leachies. If you have younger animals or a gravid female however, I would mix in some chicken baby food with their fruit, since they need the protein. Otherwise they should be fine with the fruit for the next 3 days.
-Mike





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