Name: CJ (Captain Jack)
Age: 2 years approx.
Breed: Rex Guinea Pig
Ref Number: 22
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Rehoming – Profile
CJ came into our care after he was rescued from a multi-animal household with 40+ guinea pigs.
Behaviour observations on site:
Ahoy mateys, meet The Ark’s very own Captain…
“CJ”, short for Captain Jack, is looking for his first mate to sail the open seas with. Can you provide him with the coordinates to the girlie piggie that could shiver-his-timbers?
CJ is a bit of a fussy eater when it comes to his nuggets but he loves to raid our larder of veg and he treasures his creature comforts, particularly his luxurious bed.
He can be a bit of a scallywag if over-handled so we would advise keeping handling brief and positive initially until he becomes more comfortable with it. But this loveable rogue has got lots of potential and just needs a motley crew (owners) with a bounty of love and patience.
Captain Jack is now ready for his next adventure and to capture the heart of his very own pearl.
CJ and his new friend/s will need a 6ft x 2ft enclosure indoors or outdoors (this is for 2 piggies), and we do recommend a run for the garden with a lid.
If you are interested in CJ, please fill in an application form and send in any photos you may have of your set up to help speed up the adoption process. Thank you.
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the Guinea pig.
CJ has been castrated. When CJ initially came into our care, he required cleaning of his ears and anal glands. This has since been resolved but may need ongoing monitoring.
Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.