Welcome to Mainely Rat Rescue!
Mainely Rat Rescue (MRR) is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 2007 by four women who saw a need to save unwanted and often misunderstood, domestic pet rats. Having worked and or volunteered for animal shelters and other rescues, they had been using their available resources individually and were re-homing abandoned pocket pets. They decided to rally together, combining resources and sharing contacts, and are now the proud founders of Mainely Rat Rescue.
Mainely Rat Rescue’s mission is to rehabilitate and find homes for surrendered or abandoned domestic rats, as well as spreading awareness, education and support for this often misunderstood animal. Rats in our custody reside in foster homes throughout New England (ME, NH, MA, RI, CT, VT), New York, and New Jersey. While in foster care rats will be socialized with people and other rats, giving them the skills they need to make great companions. Proper food, housing and health care are provided to all rats until they find their forever home.
Mainely Rat Rescue also operates an online store, The Rat Roost, which offer high-quality rat food, bedding, toys, and other unique items necessary for proper rat care.
Mainely Rat Rescue does not receive funding from the state or any government agencies. All donations are greatly appreciated, and are tax deductible.
Sunday November 13th: Adoption Open House (Riverside, RI)
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(Updated October 11, 2016)
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“Tonka” adopted January 2008