The mouse scurried around the corner, its little claws clicking on the linoleum. It had been a long day, foraging for food and avoiding predators. The Mouse was exhausted. It had been weeks since the Cat had last been in the house, and the Mouse thought it was safe. It was almost to its hole when it saw the Cat's tail disappear around the other side of the couch.
The Mouse froze. It knew that it was only a matter of time before the Cat found it. It had to think of a plan, and fast. The Cat crept closer, its yellow eyes gleaming with hunger. The Mouse could see its own reflection in those eyes, and it knew that it was about to die.
Then, the Mouse had an idea. It scurried over to the Cat and nipped it on the nose. The Cat yowled in surprise and pain, and the Mouse took advantage of the distraction to dart away. It raced to its hole and squeezed inside, just as the Cat's paw swipe missed it by inches.
The Mouse breathed a sigh of relief. It had narrowly escaped death, but it knew that it couldn't relax for long. The Cat would be back, and next time, it might not be so lucky.
What did the mouse do?
The little mouse ran up the clock. Around and around she went, until she was very tired. Then she saw a piece of cheese and ran over to it. The cheese was delicious!
What did the mouse eat?
The mouse ate a piece of cheese.
What did the mouse drink?
The mouse didn't drank anything because it was already dead.
What happened to the mouse's family?
The mouse's family had a very tough time after they were forced to leave their home. They had to live in a shelter for a while, but eventually they found a new place to live. However, they were constantly moving around and trying to find food and shelter. The family was finally split up when the father mouse died. The mother and her children were all forced to fend for themselves. The children were able to find homes and eventually started their own families, but the mother mouse died alone and penniless.
Did the mouse ever come back?
The mouse is a very curious creature. When it enters a room, it is always on the lookout for something new to explore. This can often lead to it getting into places it shouldn't be, as it did when it entered your home.
You may have seen the mouse darting around your kitchen or living room and wondered if it would ever come back. The answer to that question is "it depends".
If the mouse found its way into your home through an open door or window, then the chances are good that it will eventually find its way back out again. However, if the mouse managed to get into your home through a tiny hole or crack, then it is unlikely to be able to find its way out again.
If you're concerned about the mouse getting trapped inside your home, you can always try to capture it yourself and release it back outside. However, be warned that this can be quite challenging, as mice are very quick and agile creatures.
In the end, it really depends on the individual mouse as to whether or not it will come back. Some mice are brave and curious enough to keep exploring, while others will quickly head for the exit when they realize they're in unfamiliar territory.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the function of mouse?
The mouse is used to point to a location on a display.
When did the mouse become so important to computers?
The mouse became very important to computers in the 1980s and 1990s. At this time, graphical user interfaces (GUIs) became popular and mice were essential for controlling the computers.
Why is a computer mouse called a mouse?
The earliest known written use of the term mouse in reference to a computer pointing device is in Bill English's July 1965 publication, "Computer-Aided Display Control" likely originating from its resemblance to the shape and size of a mouse, a rodent, with the cord resembling its tail.
How does a computer program a mouse?
A mouse usually works by sending signals to a computer system, which converts these signals into motion of the mouse cursor on the computer screen. In most cases, this is done by following a set of very specific instructions that are stored in a driver program that is specifically programmed to interact with the mouse in a particular way.
What are the functions of a computer mouse?
Some of the primary functions of a mouse are to move the cursor, open icons, close applications, select folders and files, and drag-and-drop.