Due to no fault of their own having to sell our pair of male rats due to my 10 week old newborn being allergic to them . Unfortunately my little girl loves her pet rats but is unfair to keep them and make my LB suffer .
They come with their cage , litter tray , water bottle , food dish , toys , house and toys .
They also will come with any litter left , a whole bag of unopened food and a massive amount of opened food , and some meal worms .
Their current names are bubble and squeak however can be changed .
They are litter trained .
Collection is Bedworth however the cage is big - so am happy to deliver within reason . Or if further out will deliver for fuel .
This is a sad sale , I’m hoping to find a forever home for both of them together with their cage .
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