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808 Rodents have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-10-00095Rats. 3 (female)|
Three rats with cage and food
Camden County Lindenwold, NJ MAP IT!
|Animal ID: ChewyFerret (female)|
When we adopted her she bit everyone that tried to handle her. After we got her home I put her in an enclosure and climbed in with her. After 6 days of getting bit and not remanded her she stopped bitting me. She also stopped bitting everyone and we believe she will be adopted by a good home.
SJ Ferret Shelter and Sanctuary, Inc.
Camden County Mount Ephraim, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-07-00543Rat (male)|
2 male rats. One white, one grey.
Bergen County Maywood, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-08-25-00593Guinea Pigs (female)|
Two Silkie Guinea Pigs for adoption to a safe home. They can go together or separately. They are not particularly attached. They are about 6 months old, with gorgeous coats, long and silky.
Ocean County Jackson, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-08-24-00602Ferret (female)|
Hi there! This is Felix. My siblings and I bought her at a local pet store about a month ago. I assume she's still a baby because she's not fully grown compared to the other ferret that was initially with her at the store. Felix is very active, curious, and playful. She likes to explore every place, especially corners and dark areas. Felix is neutered, up-to-date with her shots, and litter-trained. Unfortunately, I have to find her a new home as mine is not suitable for her. I'm searching for a good, caring home for Felix. I will include all of her supplies (travel cage, sleeping house, food, water bottle, toys, brush, leash, and anti-odor potion). The fee can be negotiable. I could not upload her pictures for some reason. For more information about Felix or pictures of her or her supplies, please contact feel free to contact me whenever. :) (Less)
Camden County Pennsauken, NJ MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting Rodents & Small Mammal in New Jersey|
Rodents & Small Mammals can make good pets in New Jersey if they match your IifestyIe. Rodents are small mammals with four sharp teeth they use to eat, gnaw wood, and defend themselves. Several types of rodents are popular pets, such as chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, and guinea pigs. Even rats are kept as pets! Rodents are often purchased as gifts for children. Sadly, however, many owners of rodent pets do not know how to care for them properly, and young children are often unprepared for the responsibility of having a pet. Families may not approach the purchase of a rodent with the same level of commitment they would have to a pet dog or cat. Mistakes can be made regarding the genders of a pair of rodents, resulting in a litter of unexpected babies. Some owners of rodents simply turn their pets loose when they get tired of them, which usually leads to the death of the animals, since they are not adapted to life in the wild. Free to good home ads can result in a rodent being used for snake food. There are some rodent rescue operations out there that can receive discarded pets, but these places tend to become overloaded due to so many people getting rid of their rodents. Please approach all decisions to get a pet with a long-term commitment, and pursue adoption rather than buying a rodent from a pet store.
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