Rat Fee's

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hotbeaker
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Rat Fee's

Post by hotbeaker » Mon Jan 02, 2017 4:57 pm

Over christmas one of my daughters and mine's rat developed a bad respiratory problem (1yr old) and had to be hospitalised on oxygen over the xmas period.. We had to let her go after a few days as she wasnt improving and to prevent suffering. We still have her two sisters and after the vets bill for the treatment,the question i wanted to ask after looking into various rat insurance is there one that the forum would suggest..

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Re: Rat Fee's

Post by acapae_wolf » Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:21 pm

Although there are some insurers who cover rats in their exotics policies, for rats you're much better off just putting aside some money yourself each month.
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