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Woman feasts on the internet by making a lavish cheese platter for a mouse living in a wall

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A woman’s consideration for her hungry little roommate has captured hearts online.

Bella, who posts on TikTok under the username @jorgeregula222, decided to start feeding the mouse living in her wall after she wouldn’t leave her food alone. On August 27, she recorded her gourmet preparation and the rodent’s reaction of joy. The pictures has been viewed 18.6 million times.

“Making a little cheese board for the mouse that lives in our wall,” Bella captioned the video, adding, “He kept eating our food so we decided to make him a better one.”

She started by garnishing a miniature plate with tiny cubes of BellaVitano Champagne cheese. Next come Smoked Gouda, Provolone and Raspberry BellaVitano. Then she added broken cookie squares, honey, pomegranate chocolate, walnuts and pear paste. She topped off the dish with raspberries and a bowl of water on the side.

Bella even went so far as to pick a few flowers, leaving them in a miniature vase next to a small bottle of truffle oil for the mouse to enjoy.

After she went to bed, her security camera captured the voracious mouse feasting on her meal. The little animal could hardly look more satisfied, devouring the cheese platter from all sides and dousing it with a splash of water.

Above, a field mouse is seen. A woman decided to start feeding the mouse living in her wall after she wouldn’t leave her food alone.
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The experience went so well that Bella posted two follow-up videos. A show she serves a small peanut butter and jelly sandwich with pecans, raspberry milk and oats. She even has exhibited a small house she built for the mouse on August 30, adorned with decorative cards, furniture and a spaghetti dinner with mashed tomatoes, crushed almonds, dried flowers and berries on a miniature tablecloth . The mouse seemed to enjoy every moment of it.

Newsweek reached out to Bella for comment.

Although the idea of ​​a food rodent has already charmed viewers, consider Pixar’s 2007 film Ratatouilleabout an inspired Parisian chef who also happens to be a rat – infestations of rats and mice around a house can spread many diseases to people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Diseases such as monkeypox, hantavirus, salmonellosis, and leptospirosis can be transmitted from rodents to humans through direct contact, such as breathing contaminated air, touching contaminated objects, or being bitten or scratched by the animal. Many other diseases can also be spread through indirect contact when people are bitten by mosquitoes, fleas, ticks and mites that have fed on infected rodents.

Nonetheless, TikTok viewers couldn’t resist Bella’s efforts to please her furry boyfriend.

“It was probably the best day of his little life,” commented a user.

“This mouse eats better than me,” said another.