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Link Hogthrob

Rat

Boston
Male
3 Months

Please read about our adoption process before submitting an application.

Meet Link Hogthrob

Say hello to Sweetums, Electric Mayhem, and Link Hogthrob! These three adorable young brothers are looking for their next home together. As you can see from the curly whiskers, two of these dashing young lads are rexes, so they have cool wavy fur! Each member of this trio is curious, sweet, and has their own unique personality and color pattern. If you are interested in adopting these rats, please submit an inquiry!

Rats are very clean and intelligent animals; they can be trained to do all sorts of tricks and behaviors, including using a litterbox! Rats are also very social and enjoy the companionship of other rats and humans alike. For rats, we recommend a minimum of 24"x24"x24" multilevel enclosures with maximum bar spacing of ½".

MSPCA - Boston

Link Hogthrob

Rat

Boston
Male
3 Months

Link Hogthrob

Rat

Boston
Male
3 Months

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