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The SPCA Is Trying To Find Homes For These Baby Rats If You Need A Lockdown Buddy (PHOTOS)

One's name is "Linguine." 😩
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The SPCA Is Trying To Find Homes For These Baby Rats If You Need A Lockdown Buddy (PHOTOS)

If you've been wanting a furry sidekick to keep you company lately, there's no better time than now. The Montreal SPCA currently has a dozen or so baby rats that are looking for forever homes.

And they're so cute, it hurts... So, we decided to introduce you to some of them below.

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The SPCA let its Instagram followers know that out of the 30 rats that arrived last month, there are still quite a few looking for families to go live with.

Meet Linguine. This little guy needs to be adopted alongside one of his brothers or "in a family that already has at least one male rat."

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Then there's Bean, whose name fits him perfectly because he looks exactly like a black turtle bean.

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Here's Nina, who looks exactly like the female version of Stuart Little if you ask me.

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This is Mario, who is clearly a cheese lover — a perfect guest to have alongside you for your next solo wine and cheese dinner.

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All of the animals featured in this article were available for adoption at the time of writing, but subject to change.

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