Guinea Pigs for Adoption

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PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE READ
AND CAN MEET ALL OUR ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS
BEFORE MAKING ANY ENQUIRES.

 

Our adoption fee is a minimum of £20 per guinea pig.

Guinea pigs must always be kept in at least pairs and males living with females must be neutered. Guinea pigs must not share their housing with rabbits (details here).

 

We do not adopt any guinea pigs individually unless they are to be bonded with your existing guinea pig.

 

We offer help bonding guinea pigs at a cost of £7 per night. Details can be found on our Bonding Services page

 

Take a look at our lovely guinea pigs currently looking for their forever families...

Our website is updated weekly but feel free to email with any further questions once you’ve read our adoption requirements. Thank you :) 

 

Arthur

Sex: Male     Age: 4 months     Breed: Shorthair

 

Rescue residents Betty and Beatrice arrived very heavily pregnant, leaving with us with a herd of babies to raise and rehome. They are still fairly timid, but our volunteer team are working to socialise them with a combination of tasty veggie bribes and cuddle time!

Ideally to be rehomed with his brother Alfie.

(Updated 13/11/20)

Alfie

Sex: Male     Age: 4 months     Breed: Longhair

 

Rescue residents Betty and Beatrice arrived very heavily pregnant, leaving with us with a herd of babies to raise and rehome. They are still fairly timid, but our volunteer team are working to socialise them with a combination of tasty veggie bribes and cuddle time!

Ideally to be rehomed with his brother Arthur.

(Updated 13/11/20)

Hunter and Ezra

Sex: Male     Age: 4 years      Breed: Longhair

These boys have just arrived but have already been taking full advantage of our volunteers' willingness to shower them in nose rubs. We're hoping to get them neutered soon, pending the vet's seal of approval at their health checks.

(Updated 14/10/20)

Winston (light) and Hector (dark)

Sex: Male     Age: approx 12 months      Breed: Shorthair

Winston is an especially energetic lad who loves to race around and throw toys around, while Hector is a little more reserved. Ideally the pair would like splenty of space to accommodate this energy, with some cosy hideyholes to help Hector feel secure enough to come out of his shell.
 

As their contrasting personalities has led to some bickering between the boys, we would also be happy to see them adopted separately, to be homed with piggies of your own.

 

Scheduled for neutering 24/11

(Updated 21/11/20)

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