Loving Home Offered For Unwanted Rodents
- 1 day ago
Key Advert Facts
Advertiser Type :
Breeder / Frequent Advertiser
Full Advert Details
I am willing to offer a home to any unwanted rodents, they would need to come with their cage/enclosure ideally, I am experienced with most types of rodents and this would be a permanent loving home for them, please email details to me, thanks.
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- Is the rodent old enough to leave its mother?
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Pets4Homes member since April 2012
I am a hobby breeder of Syrian hamsters, fancy mice, gerbils in both rex and standard, Russian dwarf hamsters and duprasi(fat tailed gerbils)... I have been breeding rodents for over 20 years and I am happy to give advice. I will always take in unwanted rodents and small pets too.