George was my first hairless. He was my sweet adorable little man rat. He loved sitting in the window and watching what was going on outside. He loved nibbling on socks and toes. He had came around a lot more since we brought him home. We will miss our George dearly. RIP.
# 49 02/04/10 - 03/18/10
# 49 was a rescue who had developed an abscess on his face right behind his left eye. He had to be put down before his eye was forced out of it's socket. He didn't get the chance to be adopted and to get his own name. But he did have a good life for how short it was. I'm sure George with greet him at the Rainbow Bridge :)
Frankie was such a sweet girl, she was just my baby. She was an Russian Blue Agouti, English Irish, Top Ear. She was full of life and carrying her 3rd and final litter when she passed last night. She was so full of life last night giving lots of kisses and loving getting her belly rubbed. I am baffled at why she passed so soon. Keep them boys company on the other side of the bridge.
Corey Jr (CJ)
My first man rat of this colony passed on July 12, 2010. He was estimated at about one and a half years old. He was so sweet and he died so suddenly. He had a great last meal, boiled chicken, cheerios, blueberry oatmeal, boiled egg and strawberry yogurt so that he would have a great dinner. He passed in the early hours of the morning with a belly full of yummys and he sat on mommy's shoulder all night giving kisses. I will and do miss him. But he can meet his Frankie at the bridge.
Hairless Dumbo Girl
This little girl came here to find a new home. She was put on hold for someone and before she could make her trip to her forever home, she passed away. She didn't look so well last night, we put her in isolation with plenty of warmth, food and water. Unfortunately she didn't make it. Looks as tho she passed in her sleep. Unknown causes.
Skittles was an adorable baby, unfortunately she was one of the smaller of the litter and did not survive. She would have made some family a great pet one day. But we know she will be greeted at the bridge.
Reeses was a sweet little hairless boy, he was one of the smaller ones of the litter. He did not make it to his forever home :( But now he's playing at the bridge.
Emerson had a lot of promise for my American Blue line. However he did not make it. He was a sweet big boy. Now he's playing at the bridge.
Hershey was a very unique boy. His markings were different which is what really stood out to me when deciding to add him to my breeding program. Unfortunately I believe the cold is getting to my hairless boys as he is the second to pass. :( Have fun at the bridge.
Raider was my 4 month old ball python. He was my first baby python and I grew very attached to him in the short time he was here. Unfortunately he wasn't eating and possibly not drinking as much as he should have. I'm really going to miss this beauty.
Today my Jo passed. She was the sweetest girl. She had a beautiful coat as well as color. An Amazing personality. She will be missed very much here at home. Jo was the second female to this colony. She was 16 months old.
What a sweet little man rat we have lost to the Rainbow Bridge. Atticus has always been the picture of perfection to the rat community. I will miss our walks on the river and all of the outing we would take. I know your in a better place now and you will forever live on in your offspring.
Even though we only had Arrow for a short time he will be greatly missed. He was a sweet little rat man. I'm so sad that he had to go to the bridge so early :(
Mr. Whiskers was honestly a heart rat. I loved this guy. Now I know you may be thinking, why is there a picture of him in your boobs. Well because, that was his favorite place. He loved to sleep there, and hide my shame. I will miss you Ramster.
Nashi was the one of the first rats I got from Stacy. I loved this big beautiful blazed girl. She was the sweetest girl and loved, to be loved on. She loved to have her belly scratched. Sadly her and Mr. Whiskers died of unknown causes. I will miss them both.
Hachi of Love of Rats
Hachi was my beautiful American blue girl. She was so sweet and had such potential. May she rest in peace at the bridge with all of our other lost but not forgotten furbutts.