I have 3x female african soft furs there 12 weeks old they are very healthy I did start to tame them a little bit there care is like a mouse clean them out once a week They will come with there wooden hut a aluminium 37cm if you have a large glass tank they can go in there I will need to see proof of setup they will come with garvo hamster and rat food the reason i want to find them a new home is because its due to unforeseen circumstances and I cant take care of them anymore I.like to find someone who can carry on taming them and will love them please bring a carrier with you so.i can transport them into I just use shredded paper bedding for them so if your interested please don't hesitate to contact me rehoming fee 30pounds I cant deliver as I dont drive its collection only swadlincote derbyshire uk
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