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Ray Woodward
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FYI Carley Smith is selling rats for reptile food. S/he may well delete posts s/he's made in the rat chat but I believe we have a no selling rule on here.
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Getting a bit more of my back piece done
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There is absolutely no need for this barbarous behavior towards rats. Anyone who spends time with them knows that they feel complex emotions and have the ability to feel happiness & sadness; to have memories; to know love and loss. To treat them otherwise is to show contempt for these experiences in others and be blind in the observation of all animals beyond their flesh and blood and to demonstrate cruelty that is inexcusable. I only ask that people take the time to look critically at their actions and to look at the life of animals through those animals lives. I hope in doing so they will see the same things many of us already see. Thank you.

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Christmas cocktails with +Amanda McGowan​ 🎄🍸🍹🍸🍹🎄 ☺☺
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Brilliant comp. to win some excellent stationery from Bureau Direct. I've bought loads of notebooks, pens and inks from them and their prices & customer service are second to none. https://prpage.co/Des/ 2907/

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Nautilus Shell. Laser Cut Steel by Wim Delvoye http://goo.gl/j3MG1d
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Pretty much sums it up.
Lmfaoooo 😂😂😂😂
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Pets aren't fashion accessories. They aren't status symbols. Small puppies turn into big dog. Animals, and all those with complex social needs like dogs, live, breathe, think and feel so sending them to the pound is like putting an innocent man in death row. If you can't look after an animal for its entire natural life then don't get any. </rant>

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Our two new companions: Jesse (left) and James (right). They're 11week old males and they're adorable. We've been told Jesse is an escape artist which I find very easy to believe - he's very fast and rapidly finds any weakness in security. James (the Agouti) is more circumspect in his approach. He checks everything out before making his move. Together they'd make a criminal team 😀. We love 'em!

They're still in their infancy so we're planning on getting them spayed at around 6-7 months after they've gone through most of their growing phase. We've halved the SRS and put the Girls in the bottom, the boys in the top and closed up and blocked the opening between the two halves. So far no drama and we have set up an "either/or but not both" rule on cage doors to make sure we're not faced with a little surprise litter in 2016.

For those that have made it to the final paragraph I say thank you and just want to provide a little background information: The boys came to us from Valiance Rats, an NFRS accredited rattery who focus on improving the health in rats and extend their average lifespan (Alison is awesome & is also a show judge). Finally I hope you like the picture of our little boys - they're truly absolute darlings!!
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