Not available for interstate adoption
Baby Boy Rats - only 4 remaining
Super cute and friendly
- Rescue group:
- Rehome a Rat Melbourne
- PetRescue ID:
We still have 4 baby boys remaining from the litters that were surrendered to us. There are 2 pink eyed whites (albino) and 2 little gingers.
Babies are a great deal of fun. You have time with them to get to know their personalities and train them. They will bond with you and you will have the maximum time you can get with them (rats live 2 to 2 1/2 years on average). We have had a pregnant female, female with babies and babies surrendered that will be available for adoption in the next 4-6 weeks. Females are generally smaller, inquisitive and energetic. Boys are generally larger, but a bit more laid back. However every rats personality is different. Rats need to be housed inside, in a good sized cage and have certain health requirements. They are intelligent animals and need interaction and company so we will only rehome in pairs or more. We can help you also with anything you need to make the adoption successful.
Rats can get medical issues like any animal. They are not much cheaper to take to the vet than a cat or a dog so any adopter should be prepared for this. It is recommended to do some research on line about rat care. They need a rodent diet which we can provide advice on.
Please go to our website at www.rehome-a-rat-melbourne.com and complete an adoption application stating which sex and how many rats you are interested in. We will contact you when we have photos of the babies and arrange for you to meet them and choose which you would like. If you are not sure put this on the application and a member will contact you to discuss options and answer any of your questions.