Enkidu07's Drabble Challenge - Happy Birthday, Brattyteenagewerewolf. She wanted some Sam and Dean getting transformed into animals, girls, old guys, kids, or something else interesting! Hope this fits the bill.

Prompt word: ridiculous

Word Count: A double drabble - 200 words on the dot.

Other players in the challenge are now too many to list here! There're lots of people swinging on the swings on this Supernatural playground. You can find the list of names at Enkidu07's profile page and/or OnyxMoonbeam's profile page. Also, to find all of the lovely drabbles, there's a sweet little C2 community out there to subscribe to and enjoy. You can find the link on their profile pages mentioned above.

Disclaimer: Neither the boys nor anything related to Supernatural belongs to me. I'm just having some fun with the boys, playing around with Eric Kripke's sandbox.

Where's the Road to Mouseville?

By: Vanessa Sgroi

"I can't believe this! This is ridiculous!" exclaimed Dean, his voice a fraction of its usual deep growly timber.

"I know it's totally ridiculous, Dean. I TOLD you not to piss off that warlock," Sam admonished.

"Yeah, well, I didn't think he had it in him to carry out the threat," groused Dean.

"But he DID. And now we're MICE. MICE, Dean! What're we going to do?"

Dean sighed a squeaky sigh. "Let's call Bobby."

"How? We're MICE remember."

"Will you quit shouting that? I know what we are right now, Sammy. My cell is on the nightstand. If we work together, we should be able to dial Bobby."

The brothers scurried up the bedspread and across the expanse to the nightstand where Dean's phone sat. Using their combined weight, they turned the phone on and stepped on the keypad to dial the familiar number. Sam hurried to the mouthpiece while Dean covered the receiver.

When Bobby answered, Sam launched into a breathless explanation. He finished and looked at Dean. "What's he saying? Can he fix us?"

Mouse Dean scowled. "I dunno. He's too busy laughing." He scurried down to the mouthpiece.

"Bobby! Stop it right now. It's not funny!"