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Looks more like a young rat to me, with the pointed rather than blunt nose, pinkish legs and bare tail.
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I agree with Gill, this is a young rat I'm afraid.
If you change the identification I'll agree to rat.
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I've added another photo which might help.
Thanks, just seemed too small compared to the rats I've seen a bird feeding stations...but maybe they're overindulged! :-)
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