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Birds, Rabbits etc

Pistachio

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Pistachio is a gentle, beige Berkshire rat who is looking for a home with his brothers, Cheeto and Lentil. They were born July 4th.

Pistachio is one of the more shy males, but he's still a sweet boy who is easy to handle. He gets along well with other rats and could do well in a home as a companion to others. He will make a great little addition to someone who's willing to give him a little bit of time to come out of his shell.

Meatball - ADOPTED!

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Meatball is a friendly, hooded Dumbo rat who is looking for a home with one of his brothers. They were born July 4th and will be ready to go to their new homes at the end of August. Meatball is a social boy with a well-rounded personality who will do well in most homes. He's easy to handle and gets along with other rats. He'll make a great addition.

To learn more about Meatball and his brothers, please contact us at victoriapets@gmail.com and tell us a little bit about yourself. Please note that all of our rats must be adopted in same-sex pairs.

Sprout - ADOPTED!

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Sprout is a lovely little boy who is looking for a home with his brother, Coconut. He is a patchwork hairless rat with unique markings. He's got some black patches on his face but no other visible markings.

Coconut - ADOPTED!

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Coconut is a really sweet little boy who is looking for a home with his brother, Sprout. He is a patchwork hairless rat and although he was born with tan & white hooded markings, he has no visible markings now that he's started to lose his baby fuzz.

Lentil

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Lentil is an friendly, black Berkshire rat who is looking for a home with his brothers, Cheeto & Pistachio.

Lentil is a social boy who gets along well with all of his cage mates and is easy to handle. He is quite food motivated and will sometimes nip at fingers that are put through the bars of his cage if he thinks they might be edible. He does not nip at all when out and about, but since he's so excited about treats, he will not be suitable for a home with children or for a novice rat owner.

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