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On this page are some of the guests staying at Bobtails until they can find a new family of their very own. Adopting a guinea pig shouldn't be taken lightly, we can live for over 7 years and need lots of room to live. Then of course there's all that food to pay for and vets bills when we're feeling poorly.

If you can't find a guinea pig that you think might fit into your life on this page, why not visit us, there are always lots of guinea pigs to cuddle and you might make a new friend.

 

Guinea Pigs for Adoption

Jellybean - I AM RESERVED
Jellybean is a cream crested lady who was born in February 2014. She has had some dental problems and has had treatment for this. Jellybean will need regular teeth trims by a vet and she came to us because her previous owner was unable to continue to pay for her ongoing treatment. We will post more information about Jellybean soon. Jellybean has been reserved subject to a home check. Jellybean is being sponsored this week by Beatrice Manefox (in Sweden). Thank you for your support and kindness.

 

Almeria & Venus - WE ARE RESERVED
Almeria is a long haired grey and white sheltie with some black and Venus is a smooth piggie with a tri coloured face. Almeria was born in 2011 and she is the more flighty, but vocal lady. Venus was born in 2012 and she is the more confident one. Almeria & Venus are looking for a home together. These two have now been reserved and are currently bonding with ex-Bobtailers Thor & Mabel (who were formally known as Fragrant Freddie & Flora). Almeria & Venus are being sponsored this week by Roger Adamek (in the USA). Thank you for your support and kindness.

 

Humphrey & Dudley - TO BECOME PERMANENT RESIDENTS
Dudley is a tri coloured Abby 'something' cross. He has his own unique hair style that we cannot quite put into words. Humphrey is a cream Abby 'something' cross who also has an interesting hair style. They were both born in May 2011 and have both been neutered. They are chilled out - despite their whacky look. They came to us because their teenage owner has grown out of them. We have discovered that Humphrey has some ongoing health problems, so these two will remain as Bobtails residents.

 

Pompom - NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR REHOMING Feed me on eBayInformation Updated
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Pompom is a beautiful black and ginger Abby born in April 2011. She came to us because her partner escaped from the run and she was left on her own. When she arrived we discovered a huge lump on her side. This has now been removed by our vet and Pompom has also bee spayed. Pompom is recovering well but we need to continue to monitor her before we decide whether she will be able to be rehomed or whether she will remain a Bobtails resident. Pompom is being sponsored this week by Inge Chidgey, Susan Cunliffe, Wendy Garbett, Helene Rooney, Sarah Fowler and Sue Fox. Thank you for your support and kindness.

 

Gingerlily - I AM RESERVED Feed me on eBayNew Arrival
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Gingerlily is a delightful petite ginger and white smooth lady who was born in January 2014. She came to us because her partner died. Gingerlily has been reserved and we hope she will bond with Toffee. Gingerlily is being sponsored this week by Sue Sleeman, Inge Chidgey, Susan Cunliffe, Wendy Garbett and Sue Fox. Thank you for your support and kindness.

 

Olaf - I NEED A HOME New Arrival
Olaf is an amazing geriatric Sheltie piggie who certainly looks amazing for his age - he is 7-8 years old! Whether it is botox or good genes we don't know but we want some please. Olaf was a school piggie who, after many years of service, is now ready for a well earned retirement. Olaf is not neutered and, due to his age, we don't really want to put him through an operation. He will therefore be looking for a home as a single house piggie where, ideally he can talk to and look at other piggies from afar.

 

We are next open:

Sunday 1st February 2015 between 12pm and 2pm
by appointment only

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