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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

Scallywag - I AM IN MY NEW HOME
Scallywag is a rather handsome neutered long (but well trimmed) haired boy aged approximately 1 year. He is full of energy and loves his food (don’t we all!?) Prior to being handed over, he had not been handled for about 5 months and was therefore quite skittish but getting more confident every day. ?!). Scallywag is currently living with Rascal who you can see below, and we believe these two to be brothers. Scallywag can be rehomed either together with Rascal or separately with a female. Scallywag will need an experienced owner who is prepared to spend the time required to keep his flowing locks under control so that he does not become matted and sore. Scallywag has now been successfully rehomed.

 

Rascal - I AM IN MY NEW HOME
Rascal is a rather handsome neutered long (but well trimmed) haired boy aged approximately 1 year who lives up to his name he is confident and full of energy. Prior to being handed over, he had not been handled for about 5 months and was therefore quite skittish but getting more confident every day. ?!). Rascal is currently living with Scallywag who you can see above, and we believe these two to be brothers. Rascal can be rehomed either together Erith Scallywag or separately with a female. Rascal will need an experienced owner who is prepared to spend the time required to keep his flowing locks under control so that he does not become matted and sore. Rascal has ow been successfully rehomed.

 

Mikey & Grace WE NEED A HOME
***WE ARE CURRENTLY LIVING WITH OUR FOSTER PARENTS. PLEASE LET US KNOW IN ADVANCE OF YOUR APPOINTMENT IF YOU SPECIFICALLY WANT TO MEET US ***
Mikey is a shy “mixed breed but mainly Abyssinian piggie with long fur around his derriere. He has been neutered and has now been bonded with Grace a younger female piggy, they are very happy together,and are looking for a owner who will give them lots of cuddles.

 

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WE ARE NOW CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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