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Coco & Raven (2 years)

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Black (Raven) / Black & White (Coco)
  • Neutered: No – bonded pair
  • Suitable for: Adults or older children who can gently handle piggies.
  • Date of birth: TBC
  • Breed: Self
  • Healthcare: Health checked
  • Status: Available
  • Fostered by: DRH
    • “Coco and Raven are two bonded male pairs who love being part of a family, both are well behaved but sometimes mischievous boys.  Coco is a little reserved but when he gains familiarity will happily come out of his cage and demand food!  Raven on the other hand has no qualms in making his feelings known and will happily nibble away at his hand fed vegetables.  Both boys love Romaine lettuce, broccoli and sometimes cucumber, their love of Romaine lettuce is borderline obsessive, if you give them a bag full it will not last long 🙂

      Both boys will come out their hiding places at the smell of food, Raven will start tapping the cage and Coco will start drinking from the water bottle, when the family are at the dinner table they will love nothing more than joining you for the meal, also when they are around people they recognise both will come out their hiding place and relax whilst listening to the hustle bustle of family life.  Coco and Raven will both be sorely missed but due to a change in residence they are unable to move with us.”

      We ask for a donation of £35 to adopt Coco & Raven, which helps towards the cost of caring for future guinea pigs.  We offer rescue back up for life and would always be happy to take an animal back into our care should the adopter’s circumstances change.

Franz & Fernando (2 YRS)

  • Sex: Male
  • Colour: Tri-colour / White with dark ears, 
  • Neutered: Bonded pair
  • Suitable for: All but with adult supervision
  • Date of birth: 29.09.17
  • Breed: Sheba / American
  • Healthcare: Health checked
  • Status: PROVISIONALLY RESERVED
  • Fostered by: LL
    • Fernando, the white American guinea pig and Franz, who is a breed called ‘Sheba’, are a bonded pair. Both are very shy when being picked up, but once they get used to you they are very sweet and well behaved.  They are very fast out of the cage and love to make escape plans. They wheek when it is time for food and really enjoy their salads. They love having their coats stroked and will happily sit on your lap to watch TV or play on the floor. Their owner had to leave UK and sadly couldn’t take them with them.  We ask for a donation of £35 to adopt Franz & Fernando, which helps towards the cost of caring for future guinea pigs. We offer rescue back up for life and would always be happy to take an animal back into our care should the adopter’s circumstances change.

Willow and Ruby (2 years old)

  • Sex: Female
  • Colour:Fawn & brown, ginger & white
  • Neutered: No, bonded pair
  • Suitable for: Experienced adult home
  • Date of birth: 2017
  • Breed: Tufty, Dutch
  • Health: Healthy
  • Status: AVAILABLE – EXPERIENCED ADULT HOME
  • Fostered by: RB
  • We bet these fabulous female guinea pigs won’t be with us for long! Willow (on left) and Ruby, a red-eyed Dutch, are a happily bonded pair. They are short-haired girls who are easy to look after and they aren’t neutered. Willow has always been small, but Ruby is a chunky 1kg girl! They’re very clever and follow basic instructions. They’re good eaters and enjoy apple, carrot and greens, which provide their essential daily Vitamin C. We ask for a donation of £35 to adopt the pair, which helps towards the cost of caring for future guinea pigs. We offer rescue back up for life and would always be happy to take an animal back into our care should the adopter’s circumstances change.

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  • We have guinea pigs coming in all the time, and many are rehomed before they even get to the website! So please contact us if you are looking for a pair of guinea pigs, or need a single guinea pig to live with a single guinea pig of yours. We ask for a donation of £20 per piggy, or £35 for a bonded pair, which helps to towards our veterinary costs as we rely totally on donations. Thank you. You can email your guinea pig request direct to guineapigs@animalrescueandcare.org.uk

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