Guinea pigs for adoption

To find out more about adopting or fostering, please read our adoption and foster care pages before contacting us.

Our catchment area is most of East Kent as we must conduct home visits. Please ask if you think you may be out of our catchment area as we may still have visitors in your town.

Please note that available guinea pigs can be seen by appointment only after the adoption process has started as we have limited volunteers and time to show on spec visitors around.

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.

Once we have your adoption application form and have started a dialogue with you we can discuss the type of pigs you might be interested in and we can take it from there. We have bonded boys, bonded girls and neutered boys with girls together; long haired, short haired and all different coat and colour types….

Please note that we are not a pet shop, and adopters are only approved after our vetting process. Here are just some of our piggies that need new homes. We have many more….


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Albie and Moonshine (boars) born October 2018

Winkle

Winkle (boar, born 2016) and Boris (boar, not pictured, born 2015)

Winkle is a very sweet-natured rex with an eye abnormality – the picture above shows him from his good side. He lives with his crested, black and tan companion Boris.

Mickey and Hamish

Mickey (boar) brown long-haired and Hamish (boar) cream long-haired

Mollie and Crumpet

Mollie (sow) and Crumpet (sow) are re-admissions, could you offer these fuzzy girls their second chance at a forever home?

AppleJack and Matilda

AppleJack (sow) and Matilda (sow)

Ebony and Twinkle

Twinkle (sow) born 2016 and Ebony (sow) born 2016

Coral, Darcy and Fern

Fern (lilac sow), Coral (brown sow) and Darcy (white sow) all born 2016.  This furry family is ready and waiting for that special someone for fun and fuzzy snuggles.

Amber and Hazel

Amber (lilac texel sow), Hazel (tri rex sow) both born June 17

Mystery pigs

Awaiting details.

Jiffy and Caprice

Caprice (long-haired ginger and white sow) and Jiffy (tri sow, impressive display of chooken-leg) both born 2018.

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Bertie and Ernie aka the chunky ‘Chocolate Boys’ (boars)

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Louis (c/boar, born Feb 17) and Crystal (sow, born 2016)

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Darwin and Archie (boars) – we’ve been living at the Lodge for a long time now.  We’ve watched loads of other pigs come and go but nobody ever wants to take us home.  Could you be our special someone?

IMG_20181015_lily_and_lucy.jpgLucy and Lily (sows, born 2015) – we’ve also been living at the lodge for quite a while.  We’re so good at cuddles that we were the main attraction in the cuddle corner at last year’s open day.  Lots of people said they wanted to take us home, but it never happened.

IMG_20181015_lucas_and_puddle.jpgLucas and Puddle (boars, born 2015) Do you love food?  If so, we have something in common.  We especially love and get very excited about breakfast. So if you like to party at breakfast-time, we are the pigs for you.

IMG_20181015_penny_and_pistachio2.jpgPenny and Pistachio (sows) beautiful classy ladies.

IMG_20181015_spike_and_truffle.jpgTruffle and Spike (boars)

Note – we have many more piggies available than this but it’s impossible to keep the website updated as they come and go on a weekly basis.