A trio of chunky boys (Remy, Amile & Fettucine) looking for a new loving home.
Unfortunately, I have to rehome my lovely boys as I do not have the time for them that they deserve and can not accommodate them after I move.
They were semi rescues and are still a little timid and don't like being picked up, though they love their outside time. They all have underlying respiratory issues though is manageable with a well-ventilated room.
The price includes their cage and setup including their wheel and spare food, substrate etc.
Good, loving homes only as they have been through a lot and hope that their next home will be their last! Ideally, would like them to go to an experienced rat owner.
Please contact me if you are interested or would like more information.
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