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A tough girl doesn’t sit like a lady or laugh like a little girl. She goes where she shouldn’t, and when she gets there she does exactly what she wants…and she likes it. ~Claudia Shear

Meet Mae. She is a small black feeder mouse who was, until a short time ago, destined to become a reptile's dinner. Instead, she's been metamorphosed into this bawdy little broad through chemical-free anthropomorphic taxidermy. She's affixed firmly to her spool, has glass eyes, and a reconstructed polymer clay tail.

Anthropomorphic taxidermy is the practice of displaying taxidermic animals as if they are engaged in human activities. -A popular art form during the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Rest assured that no mouse is ever killed specifically for this process. They are frozen feeder animals that have been raised in captivity and are intended as food for snakes, lizards, or fish. They would have been discarded if not sold.

Taxidermy Mouse

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