Monday, 30 May 2016

Glynneath GPR is assisting one of our sister rescues with a hoarder case of 325 piggies needing rescue space, Piggy Bank UK rescues from across the UK are helping with the influx.  At the moment I have an extra 52 piggies here on top of the usual 50ish in the rescue.  20 of the 25 females are pregnant, have given birth, had pregnancies fail, etc so the numbers here are growing.  If I am slow responding to emails, etc, please do be patient, my days are rather full at the moment. It's always quicker to ring during rescue opening hours (I can talk a lot faster than I can type).

Lots of piggies will be available for adoption in the coming weeks, keep an eye on the website or join the facebook group for updates.  

Suzy x

Friday, 27 May 2016

Petyr & Deacon Rehomed 29/5/16

REHOMED.  Petyr & Deacon, 9 months old.  A happy pair of boys that would suit most families as long as grooming is your thing.  Caring for their coats is easy and I'm happy to show you how if you are not experienced.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Dave & Darren Rehomed 20/5/16

REHOMED.  Dave & Darren. Males, 2-3 yrs old.  A fab pair of boys, full of character and fun.  Would suit most families.

Rosie & Evie Rehomed 27/5/16

REHOMED.  Rosie & Evie.  2 yr old females.  They would benefit from a family with older/no children as they have been roughly handled in their previous life so need kind, gentle handling and grooming.  Confident in their cage and very happy girls, they are wary of being picked up at this stage but are learning to trust that hands don't always hurt.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Karl & Craig Rehomed 14/5/16

REHOMED. Karl & Craig. 2.5 yrs old. A lovely pair of boys that would love a big cage and lots of attention.  

Tony & Cleo Rehomed 22/5/16

REHOMED. Tony & Cleo, 18-24 months.  A neutered male and female pairing, as cute as can be.

Cardboard box girls Rehomed

REHOMED.  Dumped in a back lane, in a box only 4 miles from Glynneath.  A quick phonecall to the rescue and they could have come straight in without the dangers of being left to whatever or whoever found them first.  Luckily, it was a very kind couple who brought them to the safety of the rescue.