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  1. Rat Behavior
    Hi all, I posted a short while ago asking for help with what I thought was an aggressive rat, Trudy. Unfortunately, the situation is no better. After 3.5 months of gentle talking, offering treats, seeing if she'll learn and take confidence from her sister and lastly, forced socialisation she is...
  2. Rat Behavior
    Hi all, I adopted two 6-month-old sisters from a lady needing to rehome (time constraints). They came from a group with 3 other older females and was told they are the result of a friends oops litter. A day or two after I got them back, they both bit me fairly badly while I was tidying up the...
  3. Rat Behavior
    Hi all, I have an aggression issue with two female rats! I adopted these two 6-month-old sisters from a local lady needing to rehome (time constraints mostly). They came from a group with 3 other older females and was told they are the result of a friends oops litter (the lady seemed legit). A...
  4. Rat Behavior
    Ive written a few times about my new rats and their introduction, and ive taken advice and put the babies cage on top of my older boys cage so rhat they can smell each other, and ive been introducing them in neutral territory, however its come to my attention that my youngest boy, jack, is...
  5. Rat Behavior
    I have 3 girls. Halley and Rosemary are about ten months old and Cam is about a year. None of them are related, all adopted from rescues; Halley I've had the longest, and I adopted Rosemary and Cam in December 2020 after Halley's sister didn't wake up from a spay. Cam is a chunky rat and weighs...
  6. Rat Behavior
    Hi! I am pretty shaken up right now, so sorry if this isn’t the best. My rat (a single rat, we were hoping to pair him with another at some point but haven’t been able to yet) has some cage aggression issues. He also has issues with joint swelling that cause one of his legs to get very swollen...
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