*** In order to adopt, you must be an existing client of a vet clinic that sees rats or have been accepted as a new client at a clinic that sees rats ***
Ebby and Bob are an odd couple for sure.
Ebby was actually born at the rescue on Aug. 30, 2020. Her mother was a domesticated rat who was dumped outside and her father was a wild rat. This means Ebby is half-wild. She’s not a big fan of being held, although she will tolerate it if it means play time. And she’s not a big fan of being pet. She’s a very independent gal who is fast, sleek, curious and will get into all sorts of trouble if left unsupervised. She is way too smart for her own good and can climb up or down anything quicker than the blink of an eye.
Bob on the other hand was from a local breeder, but unfortunately started biting his original owner after reaching maturity. He desperately needed a neuter which his previous owner says she could not afford and which the breeder would not do. So Bob was surrendered to the Rescue where he was neutered and has now become the literal embodiment of a cuddle-bug. He loves people so much, he perks up every time you walk by. He loves NOTHING better that settling in on your chest while you stroke his cheeks and head. He will literally zone out in contentment if you give him scritches in just the right spot behind his ears. We think Bob is about 1 year 4 months old.
Both Ebby and Bob are very good with their litter box. They love vegetables and both their favourite fruit is fresh banana.
Ebby and Bob are looking for the perfect home where Bob will get his cuddles and Ebby will get her independence and an understanding home where her slightly wild instincts are respected.
To apply to adopt this pair, please fill out an adoption application form.