Colorado Rat Breeder - Camarattery

Website Updated November.29.2022

We do have babies! Read our adoption process page then contact us to reserve your babies!
Join the mailer to get notified on future litters!
Please excuse the mess at our house in the front yard. We are landscaping.

Supply List

1. A cage. I have a recommended cages page to assist you.
2. A 11" - 12" wheel. Either durable plastic or metal mesh.
3. 2 food dishes. One for the grain and one for wet foods.
4. Food. From me or fresh from a feed store or small mom and pop shop. Never from Pets Mart or Pet Co as they only have prepackaged stale foods sprayed with preservatives.
5. A water bottle. Ball or pin style.
6. A hidy hole big enough for the rats to cuddle in. IE... an igloo or timber hide away or similar.
7. A hammock.
8. A lava ledge. This is great for keeping nails and teeth trim and rats love them! If not then get a cuttlebone.
9. 2 hanging wood bird toys or chew ledges. Close in size to the rats or slightly larger.
10. A litter box. I like square ones for rats because they like to back their butts into corners to pee. And the litter should be either Yesterdays News or Corn Cobb. Rats like a pelleted diggable litter.
11. Aspen shavings (not Kay-Tee brand its dusty) or shredded phone book from the feed store.
12. Bleach and a spray bottle. A cap full of bleach to 32 oz of water. This is for when you are hot water washing the cage in the tub. Let the bleach stand for a few minutes before you rinse. Vinegar does not kill all germs! Another option that I like is 256 cleaner. Its 1 tablespoon per one gallon of water. Love this cleaner! One gallon if this cleaner makes 256 gallons of cleaning solution. a 3rd option is clear f-10. Also dilutes in water.