I have some babies left from Skittle's litter still, 2 dumbo girls, and one dumbo boy. I also have one boy left from Daisy's litter.
We recently had Karen, AFRMA president come to our rattery and help us out with some evaluations of our ratties (thanks Karen!), which was necessary to become a registered rattery with AFRMA, and helps us create even better ratties. Every rat must receive an evaluation and given breeding status in order to breed. Some of our ratties didn't quite have the right confomration for breeding, but are still very wonderful, healthy rats with great personalities. Some of these ratties are available for adoption. More information on who's available is listed on our Available rats page. There is everything from a cute little blazed berkshire girl, to a blue dumbo rex boy and a few others, most are still very young.
We will be attending the July 17th AFRMA show in Riverside and can bring any available ratties to the show for pick up there.
I would also like to add that we will not be breeding any more litters until all these ratties find homes. AND we are entering our annual quarantine period, so even if these ratties all find homes, we will not be breeding any more litters until August, and they won't be available until October.
The exceptions I am making to this is two dwarf girls that need to be bred. They will have their litters at a different location while we are in our quarantine period.
The quarantine period is just a precautionary measure we have decided to take every year during the summer to ensure we don't have any illnesses laying dormant that can be perpetuated by new litters and new ratties arriving.
Our quarantine period will begin any day, once RRR Artemis delivers her litter, and will be in effect until early to mid August.