Tiny Mouse Houses Magically Appear On Streets In Sweden To Everyone’s Delight

There’s a curious sight on the streets of Malmö, Sweden. Tiny mouse shops.

A group called “Anonymouse” has designed and created the most adorable little mouse shops right down to every minute detail and they are charming people all over the world.

There’s a nut shop named “Noix de Vie” (French for “Nuts of life”). The window has a display of Brazil nuts, cashews and pistachios with tiny flags indicating their country of origin for mice to salivate over.

There’s also a cafe with a tiny bicycle, flower pots and flyers pinned to the wall with a pretty red and white awning.

Every detail has been thought through, like the flyers on the wall, which aptly advertise “Night of the Were-Rat” and “Maus: The Exhibition.”

“It’s just too darn charming to imagine a world where mice lives parallel to ours but just slightly out of sight,” a representative of Anonymouse MMX told The Huffington Post.

“They are built of things that we had laying around and also things we collected, like caps, lids from tin cans, matches, buttons, a lamp shade, Italian stamps etc.,” the representative continued. “The idea was to use things mice themselves could have collected and reused.”

I think the mice are as charmed by these tiny shops as people are!

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