The Sanitation Boys

These boys came to us on 2/18/19 after some local sanitation workers found them in a bag of trash! Luckily the kindhearted men knew the right thing to do and reached out to us to make sure they got cleaned up and into forever homes. The boys are healed up, healthy, and ready for their forever homes.

Fostered by Jared in Long Island City, NY.

#2019026N, “Pete”, Rat, Pink-Eyed-White, , Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Male, DOB: 10/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

#2019031N, “Hardy”, Rat, Pink-Eyed-White, , Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Male, DOB: 10/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

#2019034N, “Bobby”, Rat, Pink-Eyed-White, , Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Male, DOB: 10/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

#2019037N, “Eddie”, Rat, Pink-Eyed-White, , Standard Ears/Standard Coat, Male, DOB: 10/18/2018, Spayed/Neutered?: No

UPDATE 3/4/19:

“I wanted to give you an update on the Sanitation Boys. They are all improving each day. They are eating well and are drinking from the water bottle. During play time they are much more comfortable with coming over by us and seeing what we are doing. They are also playing more with each other during play time and in the cage. They do not really climb in their cage but they have the ability to do so if the mood strikes them.

They do sleep a lot and sometimes will try to go back to sleep after 15 or so minutes of play time. I am sure this is a factor of them being young and not coming to us very strong”

Pete

Hardy

Bobby

Eddie

All together

“Before” photo

2019-03-24T20:22:28+00:00