You can, but you had better over-socialize the babies from birth. You can't really adopt out these babies unless the person is experienced and willing to really work with them. They are more like wild deer than domestic rats. Their ears twitch, they leap straight in the air when startled, and are much more likely to bite.
here is Laila (RIP) she was the nicest of my first batch. She is old here and wouldn't stay in a cage. she was always escaping.
Here is Laila not feeling well, letting me actually pat her...she had CHF (congestive heart failure like most of her siblings)
Feeling much better after starting treatment for heart issues
So much better she bit me and hid looking victorious
these are my big halfie boys...they had to be neutered at 4 months because hormonal aggression and wildie instincts were just too much.
And these are the little ladies that were born at my fosters and not socialized from birth.
They are finally starting to settle down a little...at about 6 months of age. Although one keeps escaping, and I need to re-mesh their FN, and most are not rats you can pick up, etc.