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#1 Oct 12, 2012
So I have three adorable sweet female rats one is nearly two and the other two will be one soon. Why am I giving them away you may ask yourself, its not because they are mean or bite or anything like that. I have become terribly allergic to them and can no longer touch or hold them. So after much thinking about it I decided I would like to find them a new loving home with an owner that can play with them.

If you want pictures I can send them I have many
Ronnie

Sacramento, CA

#2 Oct 20, 2012
Hi, my name is Ronnie and I have a lot of experience with rats. Unfortunately I have yet to have my own:(
So i would love to give your rats a new and loving home.
You can reach my at [email protected] thank you.

Cool Hand Clem

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#3 Oct 21, 2012
Why would anybody want a pet rat?!

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#4 Dec 5, 2012
Just sent you a reply C:
Ronnie wrote:
Hi, my name is Ronnie and I have a lot of experience with rats. Unfortunately I have yet to have my own:(
So i would love to give your rats a new and loving home.
You can reach my at [email protected] thank you.

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#5 Dec 5, 2012
Cool Hand Clem wrote:
Why would anybody want a pet rat?!
Because rats make excellent pets not only are they easy to care for but they also are very friendly and are easy to train. That and unlike a hamster they are nearly never aggressive.
Old Time Farmer

Esperance, NY

#6 Dec 5, 2012
Cool Hand Clem wrote:
Why would anybody want a pet rat?!
They're smarter than pigs, smaller than cats and if they are treated well are gentle. If you go all out and get a fancy habitrail enclosure for them they are fun to watch climb though clear plastic tubes.

Why does anyone have a pet of any species? Fun
Old Time Farmer

Esperance, NY

#7 Dec 5, 2012
It's also fun and good for them to give them an orangenow and then. The'll hollow it out eating it and as the rind dries they tend to make their nest inside

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#9 Dec 9, 2012
as cute as that sounds orange is terribly bad for them as its a citrus fruit
Old Time Farmer

Esperance, NY

#10 Dec 10, 2012
karkat wrote:
as cute as that sounds orange is terribly bad for them as its a citrus fruit
what?

Cool Hand Clem

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#11 Dec 10, 2012
Old Time Farmer wrote:
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They're smarter than pigs, smaller than cats and if they are treated well are gentle. If you go all out and get a fancy habitrail enclosure for them they are fun to watch climb though clear plastic tubes.
Why does anyone have a pet of any species? Fun
That makes sense.That was a rare,I got a reliable and honest answer on Topix!
ratlover

United States

#12 Jul 4, 2013
your pet rats sound very cute. If they were males i could take them. I already have two females and am looking for two males to breed them with.

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#13 Jul 5, 2013
One day in the near-future the world will be run by RODENTS!

Long live The Rodent Revolution!

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