Photographer Finds A Creative Way To Prove People Wrong And Show Them That Rats Are Friendy Pets

Unfortunately, stigmas and misconceptions might sometimes mislead us. Our brain finds it easier to work with patterns, that’s why it so natural to us to judge by stigmas or misconceptions.

Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar

The inspiring Photographer, Diane Ozdamar found that rats are friendly animals, she adopted a few rats and she wanted to show people who they truly are. What better way to prove people wrong with some cute rats pics.

Diane and her friends have their own rats, she enjoyed taking pictures of them in the hope to change the negative image that is often associate with them. The results are amazing, unlike the misconception of them being nasty creatures, the rats look adorable. People don’t know that they are quite intelligent and even have social skills. Their emotional intelligence is surprising; they love to play, cuddle and they are really smart too!

As you may see, Diane used some cute props that she made by herself with the exception of the black hat. Luckily it was pretty easy to shoot them with the props, they were completely cool about it.

Diane loves her rats and she would never hurt them, therefore it was important to her to underline that there was no animals abuse during the photoshoot, even the ladybug was alive and they let her fly after they were done with taking the picture.

These cute pictures are adorable and surely make us want to adopt a rat! We invite you to call a pet shelter because there are lots of rats waiting for a caring home and since they are friendly animals we suggest you adopting two.

Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar
Credit: Diane Ozdamar

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