The babies post is on the page prior had to do two post to fit all the pictures in it! I drove about 45 minutes to meet up to pick up the 5 boys. It was an ugly day, icy rain all morning I picked the worst hotel in the town to go I was creeped out but the sign made me giggle. It looked like something horror movies are made from but the fact it says "rats" made me laugh my butt off for real. I was hoping my look of disgust did now show through the second I felt the hip bones of these boys. All are under weight not as underweight as some have came in but these poor boys have every bone in their backs, tail and hips poking through. I treated them all with revo the second I got them in the door. I dont eat eggs at all I picked up a breakfast sandwich from McDonalds and I saved the eggs so they would have food. They ate it so fast I couldnt believe it. The cage had some sort of kibble in and what looked like clay cat litter in the corner. It was a travel cage but still. I weighed a couple and they were just over 350 grams but they should be at least 100g more. I will have them fat in no time, sadly we are good at making big rats LOL I felt so bad, I stopped at one of the gas stations I work at and I got them two ham egg and cheese croissants and I gave them the egg and 2 slices of ham and that was gone just as fast. Here are some pictures at home. Where they had even more food LOL and they felt the need to hoard the blocks in their igloo. I totally gave them a dirty litter box LOL dont hate. I just pulled boys out this morning from there cleaned it up and tossed them in it. he puffed at me, his name is Dick and no I didnt name him that he was named that because he was a jerk during intros i guess. I will see in a few weeks how he is. Kait seen him and the first thing I hear is "oh is it remy again" Remy came in starved to death damn near, skin and bones looking like this boy. I dont know if he is a patchwork rat or if he is just not getting good food. Ferguson came in as a single male. He is how I wish they would all come in. The owner drove over an hour to bring him to me. Cried on the phone about it. She had another one but he died a while back and she hate seeing him alone. She is so allergic it affects her breathing. The poor thing was in my house, rat central coughing and eyes turning red but wouldnt stop meeting the rats, she said it was worth every second. They also donated 50.00 and her parents gave us 10.00 after we gave them a tour of our hospice living room and the babies. I dont always agree with giving them up but I do see when it affects your health why you must. This poor girl was so upset and messed up when she was leaving. She loved this boy. His name is Ferguson he will keep that name. I think that is all I have for tonight.