EUGENE, Oregon (KMTR) -- As Shea Boman-Smead finished her bowl of cereal, she noticed a little something extra floating in the milk.
"As I was taking a drink, I noticed something long in there," she said, "and it was not shaped like the cereal.
"And I thought, there's absolutely no way ..."
Way: The 25-year-old said she thinks the object is a mouse femur.
"Maybe the cereal is contaminated, maybe I could've gotten sick," she said. "Other people could find something like that in their cereal. It's just gross."
Boman-Smead contacted Quaker, the maker of Life cereal. She said the company representative was sincerely apologetic.
Quaker sent her a box and asked her to mail the empty box and the bone to them for further investigation.
Boman-Smead isn't sure that's enough.