Perhaps the sewers have Gambian Pouched Rats?
Considering they're illegal over here, I wouldn't toy with that...HollynRats said:I seriously doubt that! I looked into getting a Pouched rat but am still trying to figure how to get one over to the US!
Considering the looks of some city cats, I wouldn't doubt what they saw actually was a cat. :lol:renay said:A sewer rat is hardly confined to the dwellings of a sewer, there isn't even such a thing as a sewer rat as far as i know.. its just a term used to describe most rats that live in the city, because of the huge dumpsters that are often kept outside restaurants and in alley ways, rats generally thrive in the city, as do most other omnivorous creatures that are small enough to live there. Since rats are nocturnal, I highly doubt the people who claim that they are 3 feet long or whatever got a very good look at them.
Nutrias? (Or muskrats for that matter)... I suppose perhaps, but in New York?Krickette said:Maybe they are talking about swamp rats....That's what we have around here...
they're like, 3-4 feet long with their tails.
they're massive. The biggest menaces ever. Nice target practice, though, lol!
Could be.renay said:yeah. well, maybe thats where the whole sewer assumption comes from?
[typical response] Pheh, we don't count, we're not animals...renay said:We ourselves are an invasive species... far worst than muskrats to lol kb lk igfvvivikvki = message from kooda....my grounded for life cat :x
Tell her she's not advanced she's recessive. :lol:renay said:HAHA. my friend tries to tell me that shes more "advanced" because shes got lighter hair and lighter eyes, which in theory is true....But she kinda missed out on some of the advancing when it comes to the whole brain part... shes slooooow.. gotta love her though shes always making me feel smart haha.