How to Train a wild Wood Rat

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20 Responses

  1. Human Rat 1000
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    I also love rats, all rats, wild rats and tame rats.

  2. NotAboutMe79
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    I saw your other video and again, this is so awesome. 

  3. Ian Hulett
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    Rats are so misunderstood. I think people are angry at rats because they
    are misinformed that the rat spreads bubonic plague when the truth is if
    they are infected, they’ll die. It’s the diseased flea that feeds off of
    the rat. If you ask me, I think rats are the victims. Not us. Rat slaughter
    must stop.

  4. JanoreII
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    ¿Qué especie es?

  5. BallosEater
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    You are a wonderful dad and a wonderful person!

  6. BallosEater
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    Oh and where’d you get the song?

  7. bucktube370
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    thanks for your good advice, we released the rat the same day, just took
    pictures..

  8. bucktube370
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    you are so right, fyi– it was released the same day….

  9. Pllm30
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    thanks for being nice to the rat.

  10. aaiibbing
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    Haha – best dad ever. You’ve got my support (though as far as I can tell
    that’s a norway rat – wood/packrats have furry tails).

  11. MuzzleHeros
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    Give him a nest box he is so scared by your bird

  12. SHABISKY
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    I don’t think he’s right….what if the rat was way happier with you? and
    what if you built it a nice huge cage? who is he to say the rat isn’t
    happier? and what if you were to catch it some friends?

  13. aaiibbing
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    Never mind – I just learned something new – apparently wood rats can be
    bushy tailed or not…. did not know that. Still – A+ for being an awesome
    parent.

  14. BrownieProductions12
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    thank you very much for that *whew* Have a nice day, sir

  15. bucktube370
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    thanks for your nice comment and the song was on my zip video, it is a
    canned song offered with the program that does the editing

  16. Yasna Aixa
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    She looked so afraid in the cage :/ but she looked better on ur shoulder.

  17. Viper1990 Viper1990
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    I love rats too.

  18. DaniLeeRiley
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    Actually, rats dont mind being kept alone if you are with it long enough.
    They see you as their companion. I’ve always kept my rats singulary.

  19. dankyaeli
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    Forget about the rats.¡.¡.¡. You have my favorite kind of dogs !!!

  20. BrownieProductions12
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    Omg..Sorry but this is animal abuse. You may say: but it seems happy now,
    and it has food and blah blah blah. But no. This is a wild animal- not
    domesticated.. It is supposed to stay in the WILD. 1) in the wild the rat
    had a big territory which you can’t give her even with a huge cage
    (probably not..) and lots of free running time. 2) in the wild it had a big
    family group, you are keeping it alone. That’s a total no-go in rats care.
    3) in the wild it never had anything to do with humans, which

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