The four mice were rescued recently from a laboratory that uses hundreds animals like them for research purposes. At just 1 month old, however, keepers there deemed them to be "excess," and they were slated to be euthanized like their lives had no worth.
Fortunately, not everyone saw things that way. An unidentified staffer at the lab figured out a way to get Pinky, Brain, Miss Bianca and Tanya to safety.
They were soon placed under the care of the Beagle Freedom Project, an organization best known for rescuing and rehoming dogs used for lab testing. From there, the rescued mice soon found a forever home with an adopter named Kim.