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Domesticated rats are physiologically and psychologically different from their wild relatives, and—when acquired from reliable sources (such as a breeder)—they pose no more of a health risk than other common pets. For example, domesticated brown rats are not considered a plague threat, though exposure to wild rat populations could introduce pathogens like Salmonella into the home. Fancy rats experience different health risks than their wild counterparts, and as a result they are less likely to succumb to the same illnesses as wild rats.
Originally posted by Zakka
reply to post by darrman
Yes I'm aware they suffer from Tumors.
Hope that was a joke feeding It to a Snake, surely u wouldn't want your'e pet to die and pain an terror.