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While most of the amazing animal rescue stories we share feature dogs and cats – these aren’t the only furry friends who need forever families! At Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, two baby rats, Beulah Bell and Miss Brisby, are waiting for their new best friend! The two remind their caretakers every day what intelligent and wonderful animals rats really are – and they are more than ready to be their adorable selves in their new forever home.

Both Beulah Bell and Miss Brisby are just three months old.

As their caretakers assure, they are “playful, sweet, and very curious” – that is, perfect little rats.

The cute pair is looking for the best possible forever home

And, hopefully, they are not going to wait much longer.

 

Animals of all shapes and sizes sometimes end up in need of human help – and, fortunately, there are organizations determined to provide them with exactly that. Beulah Bell and Miss Brisby have all their lives ahead of them and they cannot wait to spend them surrounded by great care and love.

If you are interested in being the one to adopt them, email [email protected] for more details. To learn more about Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, click here.

All image source: Brother Wolf Animal Rescue/Facebook

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14 comments on “Rats Looking For Their Forever Home Get the Cutest Photoshoot (PHOTOS)”

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Nyci DeLoach
5 Months Ago

‍♀️‍♀️


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Amber Lynn
5 Months Ago

Emily Gerhart


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Emily Gerhart
05 Jan 2018

Ughhh I miss my rat babies 😍😍

Marion Ryan
5 Months Ago

Disgusting and filthy I set bates and traps hat them and any vermin


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Kelly
07 Jan 2018

I\'m so sorry to hear of your limited understanding of these innocent animals. May God help you.

Barbara Benavides
5 Months Ago

Savannah Lynn Benavides


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Kim Wiedemann-Ortner
5 Months Ago

I just set traps in my garage..I'd be happy to re home the ones living there..just tell me where to send them.


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AJ Johnson
05 Jan 2018

You cannot rehome wild rats

Kelly
07 Jan 2018

AJ Johnson, have you ever tried to rehome a wild rat? Are you a professional rat re homer? rehoming a wild rat is preferred to the torture and murder of these innocent creatures.

Pheona Owens
5 Months Ago

Natalie Mcomber


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Jenny Waldemarson
5 Months Ago

Of Course


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Chessie
5 Months Ago

Sweet little ratties. So adorbs!


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Kate
5 Months Ago

Rats are vastly underrated. They are smart and adorable and make great companions. I had one and although these two are wonderful I have 3 cats, 2 dogs, a two doves. I am not good at having animals in cages even if they can come out. I would to trust the cats although I had a cat and a rat and they used to sit on the couch together.


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Jovy Jergens
5 Months Ago

If I didn\'t have cats, I would love to have one of these adorable, misunderstood rodents!


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