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Little bit about Oslo

Rats make charming pets. They may be small but they’re full of life and are a serious commitment!

When adopting a rat, you will need to ensure you have an appropriate enclosure. Rats are adventurous and make great escape artists! Specifically designed cages with bar spacing of less than 1cm are required to keep your mice safe and secure. Rats also need plenty enrichment in the form of toys and a spinning wheel. Like all animals they should have a covered area to go to where they can feel safe and secure.

Rats benefit from being fed a high-quality diet, primarily consisting of rodent chow, in either block or pellet form. They can also be given fresh fruit and vegetable, but only as a treat! Peas, broccoli, carrots, apple and banana are great. They should not be fed cabbage, chocolate, corn, beans, onion or food made for human consumption.

Female Rats are very social and should be rehomed with other females. Male rats on the other hand, should usually be rehomed alone as they will fight with other males and breed with females.

Here at the RSPCA we do not rehome rats for breeding or for food; our rats are treated with mite and lice spray which can be toxic to other animals. Due to poor housing conditions ands overcrowding in my previous home my fur is a little patchy right now.

The RSPCA staff can provide you with more information if you would like to meet me.

Animal ID:499298



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Age: Unknown

Sex: Male

Size: Medium

Type: Rodent

Colour: White

Location: Sydney Shelter

RON: R251000223

Where to find Oslo

Sydney Shelter
201 Rookwood Road

NSW 2199

Opening hours:

Animal adoptions and visitation times:
Monday to Sunday 9:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.   Closed public holidays