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Brody, Myles, Enzo and Colt Rat Rat Brooklyn, NY

  • Baby
  • Male
  • Small
  • Brown / Chocolate, Tan, White


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Meet Brody, Myles, Enzo and Colt

Surrendered into our care as an accidental litter, the youngsters have taken fast to their new spacious living arrangments, and new foster caretakers. They amaze us daily with their speedy jumps, happy wrestling play, adorable sleeping arrangements, and their overall friendliness and zest for life.

The boys are looking for their new homes, and we would love to introduce you to them.

Brody, the hooded dumbo, is the alfa ratty, and rules all (foster parents included!) with his adorable need for speed and play. He starts (but doesn't win) all the wrestling matches and marathons around the cage, and is the first to explore a new tunnel or his foster mom's sleeve (while on her!). He is friendly and affectionate, and we just cannot get enough of dreamy Brody boy! He gets along with all, and is either adoptable with Myles, Enzo, and Colt to homes with no other ratties, or as a duo with Myles to a home with other male ratties.

Myles, one of the hairless boys (with a darker behind) is friendly, affectionate and always one step behind his bro Brody.
He loves tearing up the newspaper liner of his cage's floors and rearranging the fleece bedding into tunnels and food covers. Always the perfectionist, he also takes the task of washing his foster mom's hand before she interacts with his brothers, and jumps and screams in delight while doing it.
(Adoptable with Brody, Enzo, and Colt, to homes with no other ratties; or as a duo with Brody to a home with other male ratties.)

Enzo, the other hooded dumbo, with his light forehead, and spotted back, is the quiet one. He loves his brothers and rough play with Brody, but is a bit hesitant to approach people right away. He needs a bit of time to open up, but is always curious and close by to his foster mom, hiding away in a fleece tunnel or a hiddy house. He loves running up the cage obstacles, and showing his ratty might, and having his new human caretakers give him praise.
(Adoptable with Brody, Enzo, and Myles, to homes with no other ratties; or as a duo with Colt to a home with other male ratties.)

Colt, the hairless ratty with a light-colored diamond shape on his forehead, is a party animal, and always up for mischief or cuddles. He runs when called, and will give some pretty amazing kisses when prompted. Just lean in and make kissy sounds, and Colt is there! He is the attention seeker, the future Insta star, and a supermodel at heart. He will sit for a photo, and even help you choose what to post! The world is the limit for this confident boy, and the family who adopts him, better be ready to honor Colt's claim for fame.
(Adoptable with Brody, Myles, and Enzo to homes with no other ratties; or as a duo with Enzo to a home with other male ratties.)

All in good health, and around 8-9 weeks old, the boys are ready for their new homes and families.
Email us at if interested, and check out our website (desktop version has more info) for detail on ratty housing, care, diet, and so on.

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Brody, Myles, Enzo and Colt

Brody, Myles, Enzo and Colt

  • Rat
  • Baby
  • Male