Well I haven't been there yet due to my busy schedule but I've been looking at all the things online I'll need for them. More expensive then I tought it would be lol. But that's fine.
I think the rabbits are now being kept outside so I don't know were the other animals are but I'll find out soon.
My advice for caging, don't buy rat cages! They are super expensive for no reason! Bird cages are cheaper and work perfectly for them, better than most rat cages actually! They also love bird and cat toys! Especially the little cat balls with the bells. The kittens will play with those all the time, sometimes even adults will to. With bird cages though, just make sure the rats can't get out between the bars. I have one that only adults could be in due to the fact that kittens could easily slip on out of there. But the rest of the bird cages the rats are fine in and one could probably even hold adult mice! Plenty of airflow and space for the furry critters.