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Kevin Hart & Hectate   

In shelter Small or Furry

Chandler, Maricopa County, Arizona, U...
Pet name:
Kevin Hart & Hectate
Rat, Mixed
Meet Kevin Hart and Hectate! 

This is a spayed female and neutered male rat pair, so can go to any kind of mischief! Kevin can be quite dramatic with his squeaks and squawks and whimpers, but if you move slow he will survive being picked up. In fact he both hyperventilates and bruxes when I give him a hug! He is a big handsome boy, curious and enjoys food especially blueberries. He lives with his spayed girlfriend. Kevin also is very loving toward Hectate and grooms her constantly, she doesn't always like it but she usually lets him. He doesn't seem to like other male rats (or the ones we have) but loves Hectate, she is a tiny little charmer! Both love to cuddle, lay in the hammock together, build little tunnels in the cage liner/bedding and go crazy for new treats/foods that we bring in. I don't know if they would be good with a family with small kids as they have been snippy with my rambunctious two year old, but older more mellow kids would do fine. They are both on the shyer side but any type of treat will bring them right out of their shell. It is so cute because they will grab the food and run back to one of their little houses together and share with one another. Arranged marriage that worked out well!

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