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By Anonymous - / Sunday 20 March 2016 05:13 / United States
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26: incorrect. "mouse in the house" is, if I'm not mistaken, basketball terminology referring to a highly skilled defender that is significantly smaller in stature than his counterpart.

If you know where it got in, you shouldn't have to actually demolish the wall, just cut away some of the drywall. Good luck!

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They have some deodorants that can be placed in caskets, mausoleums, etc. (places where there will be decomposition) to help with the smell. Maybe that is what the previous poster meant.

mice are pretty small and tend to die and decay in most homes completely unnoticed. just patch whatever crack it got in and call it a good days work. you wont smell anything

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Whenever do any work in walls you tend to find dead mice, and no one has ever smelt them, your house is a fairly dry environment and the mouse is tiny so the decay won't be significant, it's more likely to end up a bit desiccated. Just leave it there it won't do any harm

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And this is why I don't own cats. In all seriousness, however, I was doing some demolition in my office last week and found a nest of mice - at least four skeletons - in the wall. Never had a clue they died there. Rats can be big enough to stink, but mice are relatively odourless when they pass.

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Yup, that's what I was going to say. Mice don't have much moisture in their bodies, so when they die, they tend to just dry out and mummify with no smell. So I honestly wouldn't worry about it, OP. It won't smell. You can safely ignore it. :)

If you don't need that crack in the wall for some special purpose (eavesdropping on neighbors or something) then you can just take some cement and close the crack. No smell and repaired home.

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