These are my featherbutted mice. At least they all started out featherbutted.
It is important to groom your toys regularly so that your brother does not get the wrong idea and think that it is okay to share.
Whapping is another important lesson in owning toy mice. That way they need not get out of line.
It is also important that your toys have names so that they come when called. The gray one is the "dishevled featherbutted mouse," because his fur is always messy. The white one we just call "she," because she is the only girl mouse.
And here are the formally feather-butted mice. The one on the right is called "yellow-mouse." The one on the left is called "the-notoriously-rouge-mouse," because he is often missing. I have to whap him the most so that he doesn't try to escape under the closet door or back door.