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Pinkey and the Brains

Discussion in 'Rodents' started by Trevs_mum, Jun 26, 2009.


  1. Trevs_mum

    Trevs_mum PetForums Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I dont often post here, but I'm looking for some advice.

    Pinkey one of my rats has died at 4 and a half years old, so that leaves poor brains on his own, I'm just a bit worried about him, will he be ok? Is there anything I can do for him?

    It might sound silly, but I don't like the idea of him being lonely, I've been giving him lots of treats and cuddles, but I want the rest of his little life to be happy. So any advice would be greatly appriciated xxx
     
  2. jdm_s2k

    jdm_s2k PetForums Newbie

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    i know how you feel...because in my thread below yours...i have a 4 1/2 yr old guinea single all his life...no one else but me and my parents....now hes sick....and i dont want him to die....just duno what to do...
     
  3. Akai-Chan

    Akai-Chan Banned

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    4 and a half years is EPIC for a rat... Is brains the same age? If he is, i'd say just give him as much love and attention as you can as to be honest he probably won't live much longer and it wouldn't be worth it introducing one new rat (unless you got 2 of course) just to keep him company for however long he's going to live which may not be long

    Also sorry to hear about Pinky (hugs)

    Peace
    Akai-Chan
     
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