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    Pedigreed Rats Bred for Health, Longevity & Wonderful Personalities Since 2004!

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American Blue Rat Babies

• Go Home Dates - Do I Adopt Singles:
1) Please read the adoption process page to get started.
2) My rittens wean at 4 weeks old and go home anytime after 5 weeks old in most cases or after 6 weeks if dwarf, unless otherwise specified. I ask that you contact me for an appointment to pick up your baby, based on its go home date on each litter page. They must go home the week they are ready! I do not hold them for later. 
3) Individual pix are done around 4 weeks old. 
4) Available babies are clearly marked as "available". So it's super easy for you to see what's adoptable today.
5) You can put babies from different litters together. Rats don't know the difference. They are all being raised together anyway.
6) Rats are required to be adopted in same sex pairs or more. Not singles! I will not separate my even pairs for you. No exceptions. But especially if you already have rats at home. That is dangerous for the new one who will most certainly be singled out.
7) Pick up times are listed at bottom of this site on every page. I do have hours of operation. You need to contact me to set up pick up times for your babies.

8) To aid in general knowledge of the rats I breed, read more about their personalities and other traits of my lines here. Each litter listed below will tell you which line they are from to help your research.

This page is where you will find the babies that are available for adoption.

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-AVAILABLE LITTERS-

Cama Readymade X Cama Heart Out

Black and Russian Blue babies. Self and Irish.

Cama Readymade X Cama Trudi

Black & Harlan Dark Agouti

Cama Fez X Cama Light Up The Night

Marked babies. Fun patterns!

Cama Fez X Cama One Tribe

Marked babies. Fun patterns!

RuBy Robbers Cama X Cama She Way Out

Harley and standard hair babies! Very rarely do I post Harley.

Cama Durango 95 X Cama We're a Happy Family

Marked rats! Russian Blues! Dalmatians! Its so hard for me to let my marked litters go. They are just so cute!


-RESERVED LITTERS-

Cama Back in the U.S.S.R X Cama Ask Me Why

Burmese line. With Cama Rex! This is one of my best and oldest lines. Look how much "Cama" is in that pedigree! That represents a lot of work! And it goes on like that for over 30 generations. I posted a bigger pedigree just so you can look at it. I am so very proud of these guys!

They look like little teddy bears! They are big, they are beautiful. I just can't say enough about them!

These never last long so hurry!

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