Mice

Oak, Ash, Rowan & Juniper

Name: Oak, Ash, Rowan & Juniper
Species: Multimammates
Sex: Male
Age: Approx 6 months (Oak) and 3 months (Ash, Rowan & Juniper)
Status: Available for adoption

Oak and his sons Ash, Rowan and Juniper are typical super speedy multimammates who don’t enjoy being handled and can give a good nip if they feel the need to.

They are, however, very smart and agile and really fun to watch. Oak is the most confident of the group and has started coming to the cage door for food, so this will be the way to his heart! Hopefully, his sons will begin to follow his lead and grow in confidence as they get older.

The boys will need a confident rodent carer who understands and respects that they are much wilder than fancy mice and not easy to handle.

Minimum housing requirement: 100x50cm with a 28cm wheel.

Mice

Cherry & Maple

Name: Cherry & Maple
Species: Multimammates
Sex: Female
Age: Approx 6 months (Cherry) and 3 months (Maple)
Status: Available for adoption

Cherry & Maple arrived in our care still living with the males from Cherry’s litter, so they were both placed on pregnancy watch which they have now successfully completed with no further additions!

Like most multimammates, the girls are very speedy, not easy to handle and can give a good nip if they aren’t in the mood to be touched.

As multimammates and fancy mice cannot interbreed, these two girls could be introduced to a single male mouse needing company.

Cherry & Maple will need an adopter with rodent experience who doesn’t mind not being able to handle them.

Minimum set-up requirements: 80x50cm with a 28cm wheel.

Rats

Badger, Patch, Sandy & Spud

Name: Badger, Patch, Sandy & Spud
Species: Fancy rats
Sex: Male (not neutered)
Age: Guesstimate 1 yr +
Status: Available for Adoption!

Badger, Patch, Sandy & Spud are ready to find their forever home together!

They are of unknown age, but we suspect over 1 year, and are lovely cheeky boys who love their food! Badger, Patch & Sandy love human interaction whereas Spud is a bit more reserved, but they are all good to handle.

All were treated for respiratory infections upon arrival, and are all now doing well. Spud had a small sebaceous cyst on his shoulder which has now almost healed up but could recur in the future, although this wouldn’t usually require any intervention unless it was to grow much larger and bother him.

The 4 are really great friends so we won’t be separating them – they need a home together 🙂

Housing requirements: We are ideally looking for these boys to be housed in a Liberter Explorer/Savic Royal Suite sized cage to provide them with a decent amount of both floor space and climbing space.