Moons of Saturn Girls

These girls came to us on 3/13/18 from a crowded animal shelter! They would make an excellent match for an older intact male or two.

Fostered by Ashley in Rochester, NY.

ADOPTED!

#2018215N, “Dionne”, Rat, Black, Hooded , Rat, Female, DOB: 04/05/2016, Spayed/Neutered?: Yes

#2018214N, “Phoebe”, Rat, Black, Hooded , Rat, Female, DOB: 04/05/2016, Spayed/Neutered?: Yes

#2018216N, “Enceladus”, Rat, Black, Hooded , Rat, Female, DOB: 04/05/2016, Spayed/Neutered?: Yes

Special need: These girls are seniors, and Enceladus has a mammary tumor that we have not removed due to her age.

UPDATE 7/10/18:

“These are three of the squishiest girls I’ve ever met. They love any food you give them, especially banana flavored yogies. They are also three of the only rats that don’t seem to care for hammocks; they prefer a soft bedding, like Carefresh (unscented and uncolored), cut fleece pieces and a few boxes. They burrow right in. Both Dionne and Phoebe are more social than Enceladus, but she will follow the lead when she’s ready. Enceladus does have a mammary tumor. It is rather large as you can see in the pictures. But don’t be fooled, it doesn’t stop her one bit with anything she wants to do.”

Dionne

Phoebe

Enceladus

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