Looking through old rattie photos 😍😍😍#rat #rats #ratbabies #ratsofinstagram
I’ve recently rescued 3 male rats and they need a new cage.
Hey guys! My friend rescued these three rats from the shelter and she needs a cage for them. Devo, Zero, and Indy would really appreciate it if you could help her out so she could buy them a home. (I would appreciate it too. And my friend would. :D) Please check this out and donate if you can, or just pass the link on to others that might be able to help. Thank you so much!
Please signal boost! I donated 5$ because that’s all I can afford right now, but every little helps! If 60 people donated 5$ each they’d reach their target!
Sorry to spam you guys with this! Society6 is doing a promotion now where you can get free delivery AND 5$ off each item in my store! This offer is only running til March 9th.
Today’s the last day for the discount!
Roxi is in LOVE with this new honeycomb hammock (made by rappsrats)
I have never seen her stay in a hammock for so long. Normally she only sleeps in them. This one, she eats in, sits in, grooms in and sleeps in!
I think its a hit. (and that I should get more)
I’m so glad she likes it! This is why I do giveaways, it makes me so happy to see rats happy.
'my pet rats wearing birthday hats', adorable photograph by Genevieve on Flickr
If anyone is in Virginia and is open to taking in a white rat, do contact me. She has been used to feed our snake, but has been ignored five times by said snake. She’s calmed down and has been fed properly, treated like a sweetheart too. Biskey is a white rat, with red eyes, and spots on her tail. She can bite when annoyed or poked.
Can’t afford to take care of her anymore, and would love to find her a good home. Please sent me a message asap!
Please signal boost!
In future please consider feeding your snake humanely preculled rats, it’s much safer for both animals (and you won’t end up with animals that need to be rehomed!)
it’s really hard to train rats not to do things because there’s no good way to reinforce it
like for example, “do not eat that wire”
if you take the rat away from the wire, she runs back immediately. if you remove the wire, she hunts you down to get it back. if you make a loud noise or spray her…
Discipline doesn’t really work with rats. As you said, even if you train them commands like “no” they will just go back to the thing they’re not supposed to touch. It’s best just to take them out in a room that has no wires so there’s nothing for them to chew. The bathroom works pretty well!
someone told me there’s a rat out there with love in her eyes and flowers in her hair
LOOK AT THEM
I CANT DO THIS ANYMORE
I CANT HANDLE THEIR CUTENESS