I am looking to rehome my 2 male (brothers) rats, Ronnie and Reggie. They are around 10 months old and very friendly. They love nothing more than to come out, play, run around and eat veggies!
This is a very sad sale as it is no fault of their own, just a change in circumstance which I am more than happy to discuss with new potential owners.
They come with their full set up, 2 hammocks, hammock and bridge, 2 wooden platforms, toys etc and what ever cleaning products and food they have left over on collection if you'd like it.
I am more than happy to send more pictures/videos of them upon request and viewing is more than welcome with no obligation to purchase if you do not feel that they are the right ratties for you.
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