Clara, Opal, & Rowan

These girls came to us on 6/15/19 because their owner had too many pets!

Fostered by Anna in Canton, ME.

#2019290N, “Clara”, Rat, Beige, Hooded, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 12/01/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

#2019291N, “Opal”, Rat, Siamese, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 12/01/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

#2019292N, “Rowan”, Rat, Black, Hooded, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 12/01/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

UPDATE 9/9/19:

“Opal, Rowan, and Clara are sweet little things. They are super friendly and curious. They still don’t enjoy being picked up but they don’t bite. They come running to you when they see anyone. They will come out and explore and sniff you. They take food from my hands with no fear. They love to redecorate their cage by shredding everything and making nests. They love fleece and cardboard of all types.”

UPDATE 11/17/19:

“The girls are bonded as a trio. They are very curious and stick to the sides of the cage like velcro when anyone is near them. They do not love to be picked up or pet but they are absolutely not afraid of people! They’ll come out of the cage and stay close to people.

These girls love snacks! They will happily take food from your hands. They enjoy lounging in their hammock. Their favorite activity is nest building. They can easily dismantle a cardboard box in a night and line their hammock with it.

They do not use a litter box but are pretty good about using the bottom of their cage to go to the bathroom. They’ve been around cats and are unbothered. Opal and Clara don’t like having all their hard work from nest building ruined so it’s best to remove them when cleaning the cage.”

UPDATE 11/29/19:

“They love attention and snacks. They come running over to see people in the cage when someone is near them and they will come out of the cage too.”

Clara

Opal

Rowan

All together

 

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