By Annabelle - 17/03/2021 17:01
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Great! Someone who knows how to administer succinylcholine and propofol to small children is also a rat-sniffer. Every parent's dream. You sound like a buddy of Hannibal Lecter. Call Thomas Harris and see if you can be in a sequel to "Silence of the Lambs." Working title: "Scent of a Rat -- Hoo-hah!"
Okay...I have SO many questions....I am so confused.....first of all, where did you get this rat from? And how did you get ahold of it? Did you randomly find it in a storeroom at the hospital? Did you bring it into the hospital with you from home? Were you caught in the hospital, or like, on the street? And what kind of sniffing was it? Were you sniffing it like, “hhm this is a smelly pet rat” or was like, “mmmmhmmm yeah that’s that goooood shhiiiit”? And WHY were you sniffing the rat?!
Why would you care so much about a rat...something that is incapable of reciprocity to you? I would run the other way if I saw something like that.
You have obviously never come across a pet rat. They DO build an attachment with humans and have the intelligence of a dog. They can learn tricks and some even enjoy baths. Maybe check out some YouTube videos and learn a thing or two. I researched them on and off for a year before I decided to get two of them and their differing personalities were pretty awesome. They were super smart and loved snuggling. It's reptiles that are incapable of reciprocating any bond, and even they make great pets. I have two species myself but I used to work with many more.