Mice and Rats Rights

Respect for the Animals

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Vegan Link Round-Up: Ag-Gag, Myq Kaplan, and Good News: Your Pets DO Love You!

bevegananywhere:

Happy Friday, Veg*ns! Here’s some stuff we loved this week!

  • Does your dog or cat actually love you? Science says yes!
  • Re-run: One of my favorite vegan comedians, Myq Kaplan, was on the inaugural episode of the Our Hen House TV Show. If you’ve never seen it, check it out!
  • Looking for a 101-level Vegan How-To? Vegan.com has you covered!
  • Why is it so hard to get factory farming laws passed? Vegan Street explains:

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(via avianawareness)

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reedtownrats:

Meet Cinnamon and Nutmeg

Cinnamon and Nutmeg are two girls out of four babies that happened to be born at a store. Due to policies, they had to be adopted out rather than sold, therefore we took them in and are currently fostering them.
These two agouti hooded dumbo girls are six weeks old and the cutest things ever. I wish we didn’t have to give them up, but that would be too many rats for us to handle.
So, here at Reedtown, we are actively seeking an excellent home that can take care of these girls. If there is ANYONE in the Pacific Northwest that would be interested in these girls, please, let us know! We are near Portland, Oregon.

These two have no health problems, no neurological problems, and are so very sweet. Nutmeg has the “v” shape end to her hood while Cinnamon is a straight line across. They are ready now and need a good home <3

As per our rescue guidelines, the possible adopter will be interviewed, must take pictures of the set up and has to sign a contract and agreement. Each baby will come with a hammock and a bag of food. Their adoption fee is $20 and we have a cage that will house them, for an extra $15. If we have to travel more than 30 minutes, there will be a delivery fee. uwu;;

Please reblog to spread the word!

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alliedmasterc0mputer:

I love when rats do that thing where they stop and stare at nothing then suddenly scurry away. It’s like they just remembered they had something really important to do.