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Re: ATB - Live together...I think so!!


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Posted by John Hedger on October 19, 2002 at 03:42:58:

In Reply to: ATB - Live together posted by Martha on October 18, 2002 at 09:06:30:

Yes Martha I believe male/female pairs of ATB can be kept together if they seem overall to be compatible. In fact, many ATB breeders keep the same pairs together throughout the year!!
I recently bought such a pair from a well known breeder and they seem very good together, much like a long term married couple!LoL!
He favors mice and she favors rats (although I believe the female will eat either!)and that's how I feed them... I give her a good sized weanling rat and give him an adult mouse and they usually have no problems, although I am always keeping a pretty good eye on them during feeding sessions. The female is the more agressive one of this pair and would be most likely to covet the other's mouse. If the male is on the cage floor I will sometimes cover him with a paper towel as he feeds so she won't be tempted LoL.

John Hedger



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