These girls came to us on 3/10/18 because they were part of an oops litter!
Fostered by Moshe in Brooklyn, NY.
#2018251N, “Diana”, Rat, Black, Berkshire, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 02/22/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No #2018252N, “Columbus”, Rat, Black, Berkshire, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 02/22/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No
“Diana – She was named Diana because that is the name that made her come to me! She enjoys being petted more than Colombus. She hates being held still. She is an excitable rat, more affectionate, but also more easily frightened. She is a big “marker”, and will show how much she loves you through generous trails on your hand. She does not run away when I try to pick her up, even if she is making “mischief” during free range time. She fear-poops when very very excited/scared, for example if I hold her for 5 minutes in my hand. She loves the Wodent Wheel!
Colombus – She was named Colombus because she likes to explore. She tends to be too afraid to explore when I first let her out. However once she starts she becomes very bold and playful. She is more skittish than Diana and doesn’t always willingly walk onto my hand. Colombus doesn’t mark often. Colombus doesn’t fear-poop when held. She is less sociable than Diana. She tends to recover from fright quicker than Diana. She loves the Wodent Wheel!!”