Friday, 3 December 2010

Guinea Pigs For Rehoming OUT OF DATE

Autumn & Breeze - REHOMED
Mother and daughter, Autumn is 9 months old and little Breeze is 6 weeks. Autumn arrived at the rescue with a litter of three babies and was already pregnant with her next! Sweet natured girls who will make lovely family pets. They require an indoor home as they are too small to winter in a shed.


Herbert & Jones - REHOMED
8-10 months old. This cheeky bundle of energy is very friendly and inquisitive. His new little friend is a young boy born at the rescue. Herbert is full of character and cuddles and Jonesy is so very sweet.  These two spend a lot of time running and playing , they will make ideal family pets. They will require an indoor home as the baby is too small to winter in a shed.



Mick & Dick - Available now
These two have great fun playing and running around most of the day, dad Mick is very cheeky and wants to know everything that is going on - you'll often see his little face at the side of the cage watching your every move. Mick is 6-8 months old and Dick is 16 weeks.


Rowan & Ewan - Available now
Young pair of boys, approx 4-5 months old. Rowan is a crested pig, very inquisitive and vocal while Ewan is a bit more shy. Both are ready for a new family and will benefit from regular handling to help their personalities shine through.


Thomas & Benji - REHOMED
A pair of young males, approx 3-4 months old. These boys are still rather shy but are gaining in confidence now that they have been handled and given lots of treats. They are ready and waiting for their new family.




Benjamin and Thomas jr - Can be reserved.
Dad is the father to most if not all the farm rescue babies born at the rescue, he is approx 6-8 months old. He is paired with the youngest boy from that rescue, who is now 10 weeks old. These boys are currently with a foster family so that they can get the individual attention they require to lose their fear of people.  Once 'family friendly' they will be back and ready for their new lives.


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