I decided that the best thing to do was to take the Bril home and set him free. Instead of trying to keep him in a cage as a pet, I felt compassion on him. I took him home in the box. Put him in my front seat so I could keep an eye on him and keep him warm. He is such a nice mouse, letting me hold him and feed him. I just figure I better let him go. When I got home I didn't tell my family, I just opened the box and let him go. Right by the entrance of the garage. I figured it was the best thing for him and I didn't want to keep him locked up. It just didn't seem right.
He looked up at me before I let him go. He then scurried out of the box and disappeared around the corner. He seemed to know that he was home. I am glad I got to know Bril for a short time. He was a nice mouse and I am glad that he lives near by. Maybe I will see him again sometime. At least I felt good about letting him go home. I just could not keep a free mouse in a cage. He survived a week with me and that was good enough. He is a nice mouse and I hope he lives a long and happy and prosperous life. Bye Bril.