Official Loofah Tester
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: SE United States
It's good to see you. Though I'm speaking as a layman and someone may know better, I'd say not.
It's horrifying to walk in on something like that. Though I'm pretty tough and level headed and can deal with something like that myself (despite my usual fluttering and online angsting when I'm figuring out new details of rat care), I dread the day my children come upon something like that before I have a chance to deal with it.
My first thought based on your description is that they're passing the harder to digest fur and such, too. Me as a owner and not an expert, I'd be inclined to offer them some softer fruit to help pass things along, and call the vet to make sure.
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Melon, Skinner, Black Pete, Zanna, Custard, Tucker, Jeffrey, Zmei, and Windham.
Last edited by Storyseeker; 08-03-2012 at 08:50 AM.