3 wonderful F rats:
1st Pic - Mini: a very quiet and calm personality
2nd pic - Badger: curious and adventurous
3rd pic - Cinnamon: an absolute nutter and escape artist
All litter trained
They have been fed rat rations “Isa-mix with soy” as well as CaCuD3 and I currently have half a years supply remaining. Cinnamon and Badger have bouts of sneezing, and have been put on antibiotics, they will be fine and it’s not the reason for the sale.
They come with all their belongings including all home made and hand sewn hammocks and fleece + absorbent layer cage liners.
I have extra pictures of their belongings I can send you of everything if you’re interested:
- 2 cages, which I have combined to form a bigger one (basically added a dog box from one to the bottom) but can still be used separately.
- wheel, glass water bottle, forager wheel, 2 litter trays, 3 lava ledges (although one is past its prime), 4 degu ledges
- boxes of fabric for making hammocks
- ~10 clips for hanging the hammocks
- 3/4 bale of Bedmax dust extracted
- Science selective food, 1/2 bag (from when I first got them)
- 3x32L storage boxes
- 1x waterproof double bed protectant undersheet (used for free roam) with another blanket on top (also included)
- final 1/4 of a bag of paper litter tray substrate
- a kids paddling pool which was too big to use in my room for free roam
I’ve probably missed something out but as you can see I have pretty much everything you need for them.
I just want them to go to a good home.
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