Yes, Rats can climb along a rope. They do it all the time.
Rats can not climb up anything vertical only something with steps or a rope
Rats are like mice, only bigger and they can do more damage to a household in smaller crowds. Yes, rats can and do climb some trees. Of course, this is dependent on the type of rat it is.
yes of corse. :-/
Rats are very adept at climbing and cab climb a rope with no problem at all. In fact many people who keep pet rats, use thick braided ropes as bridges and climbing toys in the cages.
some certain types can
Possible but more likely to be rats
As high as they need as long as they have a specific goal. But they can only climb upside down for so long...
Norway rats eat the same things as other rats, they just trend to live in different areas & don't climb as much.
Rats can't climb across the aluminum foil; it keeps the rats from nesting in the tree.
Yes, they do, and the ones at my house climb all the time. One even tries to push on the door but has never opened it.
Mice do, So I think a rat would.
Nope... the surface is too smooth for their claws to grip.
Yes, very much. Comfy nesting and a good place to hide, also helps rats climb buildings.
I doubt they could climb up a flat wall made from non-stick stainless steel.
absolutely, I see them do it often outside my Fl home,ferrets climb well cand are also nimble.ER
Yes they do, so they can climb high banks of mud.
norvigien rats can swim very well while regular tree rats climb very well. both can end up in the walls of a 3rd floor apartment