These girls came to us on 1/27/19 because they were part of an oops litter.
Fostered by Michele in Old Lyme, CT.
#2019103N, “Mocha”, Rat, Agouti, Berkshire, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 11/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No #2019104N, “Sandy”, Rat, Beige, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 11/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No #2019106N, “Champagne”, Rat, Champagne, Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Female, DOB: 11/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No
“Mocha is the first rat of the fosters I received to come over to me consistently. Add to her friendliness her adorable teddy-bear coloration, with the white belly and four white socks— she’s a real sweetie! Her fur is not a solid brown but kind of mottled lighter/ darker.
Sandy was the first to receive a color-based name. She is always eager to come out of the cage to be cuddled but never to settle down; she is just as ready to be back with her sisters to run from box-house to two-level hammock.
Champagne’s coat is smoother and sleeker than that of her two sisters. She, too, is always ready to come out to cuddle.
None of these girls are treat oriented, but they love baby-food turkey and chicken served with baby-food sweet potatoes or apple/mango/kiwi and ALWAYS shredded green-leaf lettuce. They are happy with their switch to Teklad bricks , mixed with toasted oats cereal and a dried seed, fruit, and nut mixture. They also like oatmeal and baby rice cereal. The three sisters chase, groom, and cuddle each other and seem very happy and close.”