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You can donate in points, which will go to prints and things for sale, or regular money, which will go to operations. The more resources we have the better we can help the animals!
Also, being awesome artists, one could also donate one of their works as an incentive for a contest or perhaps offer proceeds to the ratties using their art skillz.
You can adopt rats rescued from hoarding.
These rats are PEW and have been worked with to be socialized companions.
If you are in the UNITED STATES we can fly a pair of rats to you, it does not matter where you are in the u.s
Adoption fees are 10 dollars per rat. Most rats must go in pairs. The fee to travel out of county is a highly discounted 20 dollars.
So for example, if you do not live in Florida, and you want one rat, that is 10 dollars plus 20 dollars for them to be escorted on plane to you.
We have hundreds of rats available, but here are a few highlighted rats.
NONE of these rats have ever bitten.
Rosie and Jasmine: HAVE BEEN ADOPTED!
6 months. This rat is a LONE rat. If you are looking to adopt just ONE rat this is the most ethical solution because he does not tolerate other rats.
When paired with a young juvenile rat he broke his foot, this suggests that his dislike for other rats (at least male ones) is not hormonal but psychological.
Zigg is fine with people though.
As of now he spends his life alone because of the high volume of rats, he desperately needs a new family to care for him.
6 month male pew. a LONE rat.
So named because he escaped when we first caught him into our car.
He lived in the dashboard for weeks before we caught him again. We didn't think he was in the car any longer because of the brutal florida summer pounding on the car. But there he was, and caught. Later on he was paired with Zigg who did not tolerate his presence and broke his foot. While recuperating, Dash escaped and lived on the lamb for a few months before he was once again caught. His foot has healed but he doesn't have full use of it.
This rat who had little contact with other rats, let alone humans presented a problem of where to start with socializing. We paired him with an ancient yet sassy female, crossing our fingers they would get along. It proved to be a great success, he had a cage mate who taught him manners and calmed him down, he had someone to groom and protect.
Now his lady has died and its time he go to someone who can spend lots of time with him.
Dash is now completely handable, but it's unlikely that he can be paired with another male without extensive introductions.
That's why he can be adopted as a LONE rat.
A reminder, there are hundreds of rats where these came from. If you want younger rats, or males that can live together, or more female rats, we have those. But they are ALL pink eyed whites.