She might be vicious right now, so be careful while handling. I got nailed by one of my nesting does just yesterday - they mean business. Even if they're extremely tame before having a litter, they often get VICIOUS.
9 isn't to terribly large of a litter, so she should do just fine on her own.
Make sure to up her protein. I mix in a handful of cat food.
And, just idly wondering, were you trying to breed them?
From now on, keep them separate at all times. Hopefully she hadn't bred back, as they go into a post partum heat any time within 12 hours of delivery, during which time she is receptive to the male and WILL breed back. If that was the case, don't be surprised if she delivers 28 days from now again.
Baby rats are terribly hard to find homes for. Start advertising now, and hope you get at least 1/2 of them homes...
Do basic research on rats and their care. That you kept them together and didn't know they would breed shows a lack of knowledge. I'm not trying to be mean, it's the plain truth.
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