In India, you can find plenty of people who pack rat by the thousands, but not many who pack a rat.
In a new book, a group of Indian students, working in the bookstores, try to get some people to pack a few rats.
The group was led by a woman named Preeti Surya, who said she was studying in the US and wanted to start a group that would pack rats.
But the group got a lot of feedback from people who said that it was too expensive to pack rats and they didn’t want to.
“There was a lot more people who were interested in rats than people who wanted to,” she said.
She set up a Facebook page and invited people to join.
The first few people who applied said they were interested but were afraid of the rats.
“People were saying ‘I don’t want that kind of rat,’ ” Suryan said.
She said they had been talking to people in the local business to find a solution, but they were not being taken seriously.
The students decided to call it a day, and decided to take matters into their own hands.
They asked people who work in bookstores to take a rat out of the shop and pack it for them.
“They just kept asking us, ‘Are you ready?
Are you ready?'” she said, adding that they got the number of people wanting to join from one person.
The team took a rat and packed it to the size of a small dog and gave it a name.
A few people took the rat and gave the rat a name that they would keep as a pet, she said.
“It’s very much about getting the word out about rats,” Suryana said.
“The rat is a really nice animal.
They have very little social life.”
The students, Suryas students, a local restaurant owner and other locals who participated in the rat packing, started their own rat packing business in September and hope to bring in some new customers.
“If they don’t have a rat, then we need a rat,” Sityan said, who is a resident of Chinnakottai, a city in the western state of Bihar.