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  1. Jun 7, 2019 #1

    lilangels

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    it's me lilangel! Seems i can not get my old account so had to make a new one. after a few years of not owning rats i have become bored and needed them back in my life! I got two litter boys(photos to come when they trust me a bit more)
     
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    Welcome back and I'm so happy for you!
     
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    *waves* welcome back to the world of being wrapped around little pink paws :p
     
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    yes so happy to have those guys in my life right now.
     
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    i found this cage at petsmart(was surprised they had decent size cage for rats finally) I will most likely upgrade to a critter once they grow. but for now this will work out. And is oxbow still the food to go for them?
     

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    Oxbow is still the best rat block to my knowledge.
     
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    Welcome Back :)
    Oxbow, Harlan 2014, and Jorats seems to think the Science Select is good too ……. unfortunately all except the newest Oxbow contain GMOs :(
    and Flowertown is still a good place to get supplies

    Personally I would not waste my money and would just get the CN

    Due to forum changes our Reference section disappeared but we have a new Reference Thread you may find useful - good info there re diet and nutrition https://www.ratshackforum.com/threads/reference-thread-read-only.35894/
     
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    oh thanks SQ! yeah i got the cage using petsmart points so i really did not pay cash for it,plus i do not have the room for a cn right now ugh though i wish i did
     
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    Yep, I have that cage, came with a couple of fosters I got. It's housing an aggressive male atm. It sits stop my Hendrix Preview, which is my secondary cage after the Triple Critter Nation. Only thing about this cage is that I have to take it down to clean it. But it's good as a backup to my 2 main cages.
     
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    I just take the wire bar part off from the bottom and hose it in the shower without taking the shelf's off. So easy to do then i dry it off and put it back.
     

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