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Pete, Bryant, Jay, Chase, Samuel, Kit, Adam   

In shelter Small or Furry

Edgewood, MD, 21040
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Pete, Bryant, Jay, Chase, Samuel, Kit, Adam
Pete, Bryant, Jay, Chase, Samuel, Kit, & Adam are middle-aged to elder rattie boys who came to Lunas House from a massive hoarding case over hundreds of rodents.   They are handsome but stinky little dudes--because they are estimated to be older, we have opted not to have them neutered on the advice of our veterinarian.  

These rattie boys love to keep one another company, but are not particularly interested in human interaction.  They must be adopted out in pairs or larger groups.  They are currently housed in one group of three (at our facility) and one group of four (in foster care).

If you would be interested in adopting rats from Lunas House, please take a moment to fill out an online application at the following link:

Once we have received and approved your completed application, we can schedule a time for your family to come meet with ratties.  You will be coming to our Animal Care and Education Center, located at 2801 Pulaski Highway in Edgewood, MD.

The adoption fee for a single rat is $25 and for a pair of rats through Lunas House is $40.  This is a donation meant to help cover part of the cost of caring for the animals you are adopting while they are with us, including spay or neuter surgery, veterinary exam, fecal check, food, bedding, etc.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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