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linda pedersen
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home/help needed!

Post by linda pedersen » Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:23 am

i have a male rat his about 6 months old,very kind,would never bite,and really funny!
i always had rats since a was little..but since a bought maximillian now in older days i have become alergic,witch i did not know when i bought him.
i love him so much,and i dont whant to give him away,but i dont know iff there is other ways??

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Re: home/help needed!

Post by Jembean » Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:57 am

Personally I would rehome him since he's on his own anyway and rats really need ratty company - unless you are prepared to get a couple of babies to keep him company :)
You can send the rehoming template (somewhere in the rehoming section :oops:) to Fancy Rats Admin if you choose to do that.
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Re: home/help needed!

Post by googoodoll » Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:45 pm

Get an allergy reliever from Lloyds Pharmacy. Since I've been using this my allergies are pretty non-existent now. I can even kiss my ratties without streaming eyes and sneezing marathons! It was probably stupid to kiss them with my allergies but it was worth it! I used to have to wear a mask when I was cleaning them out as well because it became pretty unbearable, but now it's easy. I highly recommend it to anyone with allergies, I've kept rats since I was a kid so there was no way I was stopping just because I developed an annoying allergy to them. I put up with the sneezing for about five years, but I loved the ratties too much and just grinned and beared it! People think I'm nuts but eh.
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