To find out more about adopting or fostering a rescue guinea pig, please read our adoption and foster care pages before contacting us.
We like to talk to new adopters about their previous experience and requirements. Many pigs may be too large for younger children for example. Or they may have specific grooming needs, be higher maintenance than others, need more handling, have a tendency to bite (although this is rare, it’s not unheard of so we always advise that pigs like this should have adult owners). These factors should all be considered when selecting a guinea pig rather than just going for the cutest.
Our Facebook page shows more current admissions and back stories with regular updates. Some of our pigs available for adoption are shown below. Please get in touch for the very latest information on who is available.
Please note that we are not a pet shop, and adopters are only approved after our vetting process.
Poppy and Nigel (Nigel is only available on our long term fostering scheme as he has minor health issues)
Poppy is a one year old sow, Nigel is a three year old boar.
Lucas and Puddle
Puddle on the left is a cream, grey and white boar born in 2015. His companion on the right, Lucas is a white and ginger agouti boar born in 2015.
Mia and Freya (Mia is only available on our long term fostering scheme as she is older)
Freya on the left is a cream/white/black sow born in 2015. Mia is a cream and white agouti sow born in 2013.
Chino and Mocha – RESERVED
Chino is a white and brown boar, Mocha is a brown and ginger boar, both were born in December 2016. Their very sad owner brought them to us when she moved and was not allowed to take all her pigs with her.