Mouse knew he was in a bad situation. His previous human let him run loose with no supervision, and like most pre-teens, he found trouble early on. At just over a year old in human years he had already done time. He was condemned to a life of confinement because no one ever set boundaries for him.
Even after a hearing officer ordered his human to keep him contained, Mouse was allowed to roam the streets. On his last day of freedom, he chased a bicyclist and that seemed to doom him forever.
All Mouse ever wanted was a human to love and care about him as much as he would love that human. For Mouse, it really looked like he was closer to euthanasia than someone to love.
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