Age: 2+ years
Breed: Rex Guinea Pig
Ref Number: 23
If you have already filled out an application form within the last 6 months, you only need to email: email@example.com with your surname, contact number and the name of the animal you are interested in so we can retrieve your previous application form. (We only keep application forms on file for 6 months due to GDPR requirements).
If you have not applied to adopt an animal from us before, please click the Application Form button below and fill out the online form. Please make sure once you have completed it to click “Submit” and it will be automatically sent to us.
If you would rather be sent an application form to fill out please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you one. Or please pop into the shelter to fill one out in person.
Due to the high number of applications we receive daily,
regrettably we will only be able to contact the successful applicant.
Rehoming – Profile
Connor came into our care from another branch after being rescued from a multi guinea pig household.
Behaviour observations on site:
Can you offer this bashful boar a chance to meet his soulmate and a loving home?
Since coming into our care, we have noticed that Connor is a nervous guinea pig, preferring to spend most of his time in his various safe spaces. Connor is looking for a patient family who can give him the time and dedication to help him find his confidence. Connor loves his food but can feel a little self-conscious when eating around others so would love a female friend to help him overcome his insecurities.
Connor 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 Connor, 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.
Connor has been castrated and since being in our care has had to have his ears and anal glands cleaned semi-regularly, this is something that would need monitoring going forward.
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.