Roof rats are a smaller than common rats. They’re brown, with bits of black in their fur, which appears very soft.
Deer mice are most commonly found outside and in more rural communities. They have brown bodies, and a white belly with white feet.
House mice may be cute to some, but they can carry dangerous diseases, and need to be addressed as a serious issue. They’re small and grey, with cream-colored stomachs.
Norway rats, also known as common, or brown rats, have black-speckled brown fur, and a slightly lighter underside. They’re generally fewer than ten inches long, occasionally reaching 9.5 inches.