Meet Ratatat And Friends - The Gandert Door Pets Of The Week

  • 12/11/2018 1:02:37 PM
  • Tyler Warner
  • Local News

ONTARIO, OH - Ratatat is one of many rats available for adoption at the Humane Society of Richland County in Ontario. They are the Pets Of The Week!

Ratatat is one of five different rats all available for adoption. The rats are adults of both genders and are available for an adoption fee of $20. The rats are friendly, socialized and comfortable being around people. Stop in to meet them today and see if they're right for you. The rats do not come with enclosures, you will need to provide a place for them to live. 

The Humane Society of Richland County is located at 3025 Park Avenue West in Ontario and is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from Noon to 5:00 PM and also Thursdays from Noon to 7:00 PM. Go visit Ratatat and apply to adopt him or one of many animals available for adoption or fostering. If you can't adopt at this time you can still contribute by donating pet food, toys, leashes, litter, or time to HSRC or your local Humane Society.

Go to AdoptOurStrays.com to donate, view more animals, apply to adopt, apply to foster, or to learn more about getting involved.

Pet Of The Week is brought to you by the Gandert Door Company. Gandert Door is located at 3077 Park Ave West in Mansfield.

Check back to WMFD.com every Wednesday afternoon for a brand new Pet Of The Week from The Humane Society Of Richland County.

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