My name is Frodo . I am a cute rattie guy ....hmm. I will be your webpage guide.You will find me at the beginning of every page where I will explain some things about what you are going to see. I am proud to tell you all about our rattie clan.
The PHOTO GALLERY contains pictures of all ratties of the clan. Sweet memories and pictures of the ratties which went to The Rainbow Bridge in the MEMORIAL PAGE. Touching poetry on the POETRY PAGE. THE MEDICAL pages tells something about Sarcoptic mites, ear infection, First Aid Kit for Ratties and more. To relax you can try to free * Grumpie The Rat * in the MAZE GAME. A visit to THE EXHIBITION brings you in a world of adorable rattie pictures. The MISCELLANEOUS page contains cute, strange and exciting rattie items. And many more pages.....
Grumpie is back!
After Grumpie's adventure in the Rat Maze he found another challenge, the "RAT TREAT MACHINE ".
Once again he needs your help in a new game. Read the instructions or play the game.
What can you find ? The Photo Gallery The Misellaneous Page Memorial Page Ascii Art Poetry Page Rattie page for Friends The Medical page Photo Albums Play The Rat Maze Game Exhibition
If you still have some energy left....... the Guestbook is open for your comment
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This homepage received awards which I am very proud of.
This Award is available for a nice rattie home page. If you think you deserve it .....then please send an e-mail
This homepage was last updated on : February 28, 2000
The following equipment & tools where used to create this homepage:
Hot Dog Pro v4.5 and Adobe Pagemill were used to create the homepage and all the subpages. Pagemill makes it very easy to create your own homepages especially for a newbie ; )
All photos on this homepage where shot with a Pentax P30n with zoomlens 20-80mm (which has a macro setting for real close-ups). For film a standard ASA100 was used . All photos were taken in daylight, using a flashlight to insure high contrast and sharpness.
The photos (and illustrations ) are scanned in full color with a Trust Imagery 4800SP flatbed scanner in 72-DPI
All images (and some photos) where processed using Adobe Photoshop v3.04.
If you have questions or suggestions, please feel free to mail Lisa.
This webpage would have never been possible without the help of a wonderful guy called Tirion. Thank you !