Author Topic: 10-week old girl in Appleton, WI  (Read 625 times)

Offline a1issa

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10-week old girl in Appleton, WI
« on: April 15, 2007, 07:48:28 PM »
I'm posting this for a friend:  she's decided she has no emotional attachment to this girl, and is planning to feed her to a snake if a home is not found for her.  I would take the girl permanently for myself rather than have this happen, but my allergies can't handle another rat. 

She's 10 weeks old, grey hooded with speckles down her back, and has standard ears.  She's very playful, and is currently not showing any myco symptoms, though she was treated with baytril/doxy in the past for tiny sneezes.  Also, she's been handled from birth.  She was born to a private litter (not from a registered breeder) is from a genetic line which is known to be strong, but inbred.

If there's anyone in SE Wisconsin who would like her, please let me know.

(And notices have been posted to many local groups, so no worries if there are no goosemoose takers.  Also, I will not be letting her be eaten by the snake... I'll be holding onto her until a home is found.)

Looking for dwarves!  WI or nearby.

Offline Daisyroo

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Re: 10-week old girl in Appleton, WI
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2007, 09:12:20 PM »
I might be interested in her.   I live in a Milwaukee suburb.   Please contact me at   We just purchased our first female about 6 weeks ago and was looking for a playmate.  Since we're new to owning rats, I want to make sure that she is a good fit for us.