Well, there's always the situation where you rescue a rat that's the 'wrong' gender, or you buy a rat (pet store) and get the wrong gender, or so on and such forth. And then you certainly cannot keep them alone. And some people want to enjoy both genders.twilight said:If people can't afford it then why not have all of the same gender?
You have all males. There's nothing wrong with not neutering males if there's no chance of them finding a female, despite the health benefits.cinderella said:I have all males. I can afford to give them good lives only if I do not neuter, SO you may say you shouldnt have bought them then...
...well had I not they would no longer be alive.
In addition, Ive called around and no local vets, even that deal with rats will do the procedure, its a 2 hour travel to have it done