Superpet (Pets International) SSR61522 Small Animal Hide-N-See TV
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- Hide-n-see TV is an amusing hideout for hamsters, gerbils or mice
- Made of easy to clean plastic with all rounded corners and no sharp edges
- Let your pet be the star of the show
- Watch furry friend on every channel
- Measures 4-inch length by 3-inch width by 3-3/4-inch height
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Superpet hide-n-see TV is an amusing hideout for hamsters, gerbils or mice. This hideout provides security for pet and entertainment for you. Watch your furry animal on every channel. Made of easy to clean plastic with all rounded corners and no sharp edges. Measures 4-inch length by 3-inch width by 3-3/4-inch height.
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Originally, I thought about getting the whole living room set but I have a friend who did and even she said it wasn't worth the price. Wish she'd figured that out before I mousie-sat for her, but then I wouldn't have been able to write this review on both purchases unless I'd actually purchased them both myself. So you get two for the price of one :)
So to continue....The whole 5 pc set is adorable to receive and put in the cage but 4 of the pieces, though cute, are pretty useless. The lamp always tipped over and you really can't put water in ANY of them because they just get full of stuffing and make a soggy mess. That's if they don't get tipped over first. The couch and chair are cute BUT one of them always ended up being the "potty" so I guess they do have some use if you want your mice to have a personal commode. (Unfortunatly cleaning out the little chair that was used as the little girls room (she had all females) was pretty disgusting.) They go all over the place anyway so it isn't like you only had to clean out the latrine and Voila!! NO MORE mousie droppings.
Like I said, I "mousie-sat" for her this past summer for almost a month and was able to experience myself the 5pc set they sell. I found by time the stuffing and everything gets thrown around you really can't tell what the couch or chair are anyway and I really didn't like having to clean out the potty individually every few days so I removed everything but the t.v. Using one of the seats as a food bowl worked as well as a regular bowl but you can't just buy one chair for food and the tv as a pkg. Of all 5 pcs Only the tv remains upright and fun for both mice and women so IMO why spend an extra $10-15 for them? That and the t.v. is the one thing from the set that they actually love to play in and use everyday and all day. Watching her mousies is what convinced me to get the tv alone.
So, I figured I'd rather get 3 tv's (the one I already bought and two buying now) for the price of 1 furniture set. Much more fun for my daughter and the little mousies!!
AND speaking of my daughter, she may be going on 21 but she can still scream, shake her hands, jump up and down when getting all excited just as much as she did when she was 3 yrs old. I know because that's exactly what she did when she saw the little tv. I don't know who was more excited, my daughter or the 5 spice boys lol!!
PS. I'm editing this review to add this important bit of information, even if it's not abt the tv's...although I am still as excited abt the 3 tvs ( which we now have) as I was when I first wrote this review for the 1st one I bought. For the reason I'm abt to explain, I'm really glad now to have 3 tv's instead of the 5 pc set.
Anyway....If you are going to buy several mice, get ALL females. I wish I'd know about this before I had bought my 5 little spice boys for my daughter. Male mice are, more often than not, VERY TERRITORIAL! Females are not and they can all live together peacefully without any problems no matter how many you have in a cage (as long as they aren't all fighting for the same tv I suppose).
Within a month of having our 5 male mice one of them, Salt, started nipping at the other 4. Not in a playful way either. They had some downright nasty mousie wars. With just a tiny research (I googled it) I found out that this is very common with males living together. So we separated him from his other pals and put him in his own small cage (thankfully we were lucky enough to already have one on hand) and gave him his own T.V. Maybe mice are no different than the human male species. They don't like sharing the remote.
Within a few days Nutmeg decided to be the Alpha mouse. We tried putting him in time out like the website suggested, seriously...I didn't know putting mice in "time-out" was a thing. But there you have it. After a few hrs we put him back in with his other mates and at first we thought it might work. But the next morning Cinnamon and Ginger both had little bites on their ears. My daughter and I felt terrible. We both cried. Instead of her having these cute little mousies all living happily together we were having mouse wars. This time we had to go buy another small cage for this miniature troublemaker. He got his own T.V. too. Glad we don't have to put them on separate utility bills. If this continued we were going to have some real financial issues. Besides the emotional one. My daughter feels so sad about them having to live alone when originally they seemed very happy living together. I felt bad too but was just as worried about ending up with 5 separate mice, 5 cages and everything else that it would "in-tail" if we ended up having to step them all in order to keep the peace.
It's been a few months now and so far the final 3 "mouse-keteers" seem to be happy all sleeping in the same t.v. I sure hope they don't start wanting separate remotes like the other 2, but I guess we'll cross that cage when we get to it. So if this extra tid bit added on to my review helps anyone thinking about buy multiple mice for your child, please take this into consideration. Get all females if you don't want to be forced to buy 3 tv's instead of enjoying them race around to see who gets to be squished together with who. It's really sad to see the other 2 all alone watching and sleeping in their own tv's . Maybe they like having their own remote and not needing to share but my daughter still finds it very sad and wishes time-outs for these two mousies had worked. I'd rather your child don't need need to be put in this same situation. Pets should bring lots of joy with the owning of them, not sadness. If you want to be absolutely sure you get ALL females, buy your mice from Pet Smart. They only sell females for this reason.