Monday, September 21, 2015

Happy Raturday!


Welcome to a new weekly blog post I'm calling, Raturday! I've seen Caturday and while that's really cute, I think the rats needs some photo time so everyone can see how cute these little animals are. I've gotten permission from Rat Logic's fb page to share their pictures on my blog. So get ready to smile because these are cute. 

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23 comments:

  1. Great memes, thanks for lighting up the day. Have a nice week!

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  2. Was there something you wanted.....bahahaha!

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    1. I know, aren't they adorable.

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  3. I had to google Baytril. I think I'd much prefer yogies, too. Yuck.

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    1. They don't like it much either.

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  4. lol food always does the trick

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    1. Oh yes, they are a sucker for food.

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  5. Giving rats medicine really can be a struggle, one of our rats Smarties was pretty easy with her emds and liked to drink it from the syringe, but the other 3 all were a stuggle to get their meds. Hiding it in yummy food often worked the best.
    Getting food is the best way to wake up ratties. When our rats got odler and wanted out of the cage less I always tried to convince them to get out with yummies, it worked most of the times.
    Snickers got smart enough though to know when I was tricking her and she figured out a way to get the yummy, but not out the cage. Great pictures again this week!

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    1. Oh yeah, food most times will do it.

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  6. I almost didn't notice the rat in the last one. Cute!

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  7. I almost didn't notice the rat in the last one. Cute!

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  8. Do rats need baths? Sorry for the iggy question, just curious if they're like dogs or if they're more like cats.

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    1. Furred rats don't usually unless they get into something sticky or messy. Hairless rats on the other hand sometimes need baths to take care of their skin. We also have to rub their skin with olive oil once a month to keep it from drying out.

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  9. Ahhh I love those little nekkid ones.

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  10. I had to play Where's Waldo to find that one in the last pic, LOL! Cute pictures!

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