100+ rats in one house..!
These rats came to us between 7/1-7/12/2020 from a home in Connecticut. MRR volunteers visited the home several times over the course of almost two weeks. A majority of the rats had been living free in the home, having been let loose or chewed out of their cages. These rats love to chew, so we will not accept plastic-based cages for anyone from this group, even if it has worked for other rats in the past.
Most of these rats will need a little TLC to get used to life in a cage and with humans, but they all are naturally sweet. Despite being scared, some of the rats were caught with our volunteers’ bare hands, and without a single bite!
Many females are on maternity watch and we expect several litters of babies in addition to the 100+ young adults available.
More rats will be posted all the time, so check back or send us a message if you don’t see any near you.
Ashaway, RI – The Pepper Pack Portsmouth, RI – Squid & Inky
Bristol, CT –The Firefly Girls
Columbia, CT – Cora & Julia Danbury, CT – The Flower Girls
Carver, MA – The Disaster Litter
Cheshire, MA – The Star Trek TNG Litter
Feeding Hills, MA – The Super Mario Bros Litter Gloucester, MA – The Veggie Boys
Holbrook, MA – The Science Boys Natick, MA – The Cloudy Kids
Sandwich, MA – Midnight & Winter
Stoughton, MA – Archie
Sutton, MA – The Pasta Family
Harrison, ME – The D-Bois
Orono, ME – The Avatar Boys Sabattus, ME – Wilbur & Charlie