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This is the exact reason I've invested so much in ToiletCats™. My toilets are rat-free, and the scratches are… mostly healing!

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Even though the chances of something like that happening twice are pretty small... I still wouldn't risk it haha. FYL.

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You ether misread the FML, or I'm impressed by you knowledge of rat-dream statistics and concerned that you're suggesting the OP never sleep again.

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My bad. Read it wrong. :). Sorry! And oh yeah. Definitely. When I'm not at my day job I'm researching rat dream statistics. Time well spent. @15

This is the exact reason I've invested so much in ToiletCats™. My toilets are rat-free, and the scratches are… mostly healing!

By  zyero

Honestly depending on the breed some rats make grea pets, Wharf rats are the largest, what you would consider your typical New York sewer rat but they also happened to be one of the smartest and most trainable breeds, I hear they can get up to the size of a large cat or small dog, and from my experience if trained properly they are a lot less likely to bite than a dog or cat. Just keep an eye on the little bugger because of there is a way to open the cage or aquarium you have em in they will fi

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Never keep a rodent in an aquarium. They are prone to respiratory illness and an enclosed space with no air ventilition helps none.

I had a similar issue after watching a film as a child where a guy got eaten by a critter while on the loo.

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that movie when the guy was sitting on the toilet trying to keep the lid closed..he chews on toothpicks..dropped the last one and leaned to get it and the thing in the toilet attacked him? (forgot the name tho)

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That would be dream catcher by Steven King. And the guy's name is Joe "Beaver" Clarendon. That's one of my favorite books.

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