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Birds, Rabbits etc

Dublin & Clover

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Dublin and Clover are brother & sister who are looking for a home together. Clover is a lovely bunny with a fairly quiet and submissive personality. She is social with her foster mom, loves treats, and is very curious. Dublin is a goofball who loves to run around and explore. He's social and friendly, and likes to hang out next to you.

Shamrock & Limerick

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Shamrock and Limerick are looking for a home. These two have different personalities that compliment each other well and they are bonded (sisters) so want to find a home together.

Kiwi

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Meet Kiwi. She is a cute, black berkshire, patchwork hairless rat who just turned 1 year old. She came to us after her family lost their housing and could no longer continue to care for her. Kiwi is an interactive and curious girl who likes to explore and snuggle. She gets along well with other rats and will make a great companion for another rat who needs a friend. She also gets along very well with our baby rats and would be happy to be adopted with a pair of them too.

Queso

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Queso is a social and friendly, Dumbo hooded rat who is looking for a home with her sister, Pretzel. They were born July 4th.

Queso is the most out-going and social rat from her litter. She is always the first one to greet her foster mom each day and is always the first one in line for treats. She is energetic, likes to run around, and enjoys climbing the cage. Queso is a well-rounded rat and will do well in almost any home. She will be a wonderful companion to whomever adopts her.

Sushi

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Sushi is a pretty, black berkshire, patchwork hairless rat who is looking for a home with one of her sisters (Chai, Noodle, or Blackberry). They were born July 4th.

Sushi is bit of a shy girl, who will do best in a home with someone who has lots of time to spend with her. It takes her a little while to become used to new people, but once she knows you, is very easy to handle and will curl up with you to snuggle. She gets along well with all of the other rats but will not be suitable for a home with children.

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