“ I attended my first Baltimore Rat Meetup last night and had a wonderful time. Everyone was so warm and welcoming and it was great to enjoy conversation with others who love and respect rats and other animals as much as I do. ”
— Alexandra on Oct 20, 2014.
“ It's been quite some time that we updated comments on this site. I think it's a good idea I do since we are always interested in having new people join our group! The Baltimore Rat Meet up group is still going strong. To those people that are searching for a group that likes rats, this is the group to join! We welcome you and encourage you to attend. ”
— jujubeespmud on Apr 22, 2014.
“ A great way to communicate with local rat owners. ”
— Jennifer H. on Apr 2, 2012.
“ Everyone in the group was friendly and welcoming and very helpful with questions. ”
— Will F. on Oct 29, 2011.
“ You can feel normal about having rats! ”
— Jamie C. on Oct 25, 2010.
“ It is always fun to get together with other rat lovers and talk about our ratty experiences and learn more about our sweet pet ratties! ”
— Raquel on Sep 23, 2010.
“ This is a wonderful way to learn about pet rats and their care. The socials are alot of fun too! ”
— Karen W. on Sep 20, 2010.
“ Lots o' fun! ”
— Danielle on Aug 29, 2010.
“ Meet like-minded rat folk. ”
— Patricia G. on Jun 13, 2010.
“ There are some sweet kind hearted people on here! That have helped me save my baby girl momma! They can help you with questions you have about your rat or show and tell you why you should have one lol! And you will also find that there are more people out there like you and you are not alone! They are also very loving and can help you through a lose of one of your baby.s they know where you are coming from. ”
— crystal on Jun 13, 2010.
“ Great way to meet folks of the same interest and make new friends. ”
— Wanda on Oct 6, 2009.
“ People who own Rats know that they are an extremely warm friendly and sensitive animal that is misunderstood by the general public. This meetup helps the Pet Rat owner by allowing them to not only relate to other owners, but understand the responsibility of a Rat's care in a world that misunderstands them. It is also a lot of fun. ”
— Pericles L. on Apr 7, 2009.