Official Loofah Tester
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: SE United States
So very true. I sometimes think that the act of rubbing their bellies on a surface triggers it. Like, oops tickle! (piddle piddle piddle). Which makes sense, whenever someone pokes my belly button I gotta go pee. LOL
What I do is throw washable blankets over my couch and wash them every couple of three weeks, or whenever I notice ode d' rat. I don't rush to do it, because while I don't really smell it thanks to rats having very inoffensive pee smells, they do and recognize it as their safe place. Not to mention that if they already smell that they've marked an area, they won't rush to add more in a piddle frenzy.
I've owned 12 rats and for 11 of them, as they matured, the piddle factories tapered down quite a bit. The one who didn't slow down was an exceptionally people friendly social rat, who just luuuuved loved piddle love piddle loved everybody.
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