Available Guinea Pigs

Adoption Policy »
  1. Before applying, review the page about appropriate CAGES (click here) . It is very important to us that your guinea pig has a proper size cage!
  2. We do NOT SHIP guinea pigs. You must be able to come to us for the adoption.
  3. We do NOT ADOPT to minors. Heads-of-household only can apply to adopt. Please do not apply to adopt if you are a minor living with your parents.
  4. We do NOT ADOPT to people who have other pets living outdoors (with the exception of horses and other farm animals).
  5. Review important guinea pig DIET information: What to Feed Your Guinea Pig.
  6. We have a "pairs policy". If you own a guinea pig, we are happy to help you find a compatible friend amongst ours. If you don't own a guinea pig, you may adopt a bonded pair or create a pair from our single guinea pigs. When you don't already own a guinea pig, we highly recommend adopting one of our bonded pairs - that way you know you have a pair that gets along, and won't run the risk of them not getting along once you get them home.
Pairs Policy »

We have a "pairs policy". If you own a guinea pig, we are happy to help you find a compatible friend amongst ours. If you don't own a guinea pig, you may adopt a bonded pair or create a pair from our single guinea pigs. When you don't already own a guinea pig, we highly recommend adopting one of our bonded pairs - that way you know you have a pair that gets along, and won't run the risk of them not getting along once you get them home.

Fees »

Fees as of Jan 1, 2019

  • $65 per neutered male guinea pig
  • $80 per spayed female guinea pig
  • $110 for bonded pairs (Pairs listed on the site together)
  • Unlike some other rescue groups, all of our guinea pigs are spayed/neutered and have been to a vet for a checkup prior to adoption. While the adoption fee helps to cover some of the vet costs, our expenses far exceed the adoption fees. Click Here to see why we feel that spaying/neutering our guinea pigs is so important. Not only does it control the guinea pig population, there are definite health benefits.
  • A contract must be signed at adoption time

Notice about adopting female guinea pigs:There is currently a higher demand for spayed, female guinea pigs than availability. There may be up to a two month waiting period after submitting an application. We are limited by which guinea pigs are available in the local shelters and availability of foster homes. We appreciate your patience when adopting.

Adoption Process »
For information on how adoption works and what to expect, read our adoption process page

 

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    Name:Harry
    Sex:Male
    Type: Red & Brown/Abyssinian
    Age: 2 Years
    Altered:Neutered
    Special Needs:YES

    I recently lost my friend since birth. I'd really like to find a new friend, but I do have a couple of little special considerations - I would be best to have paper bedding, not fleece, and I need special pellet - the Sherwood ones. But surely you can make these accommodations for me :)

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    Name:Album
    Sex:Male
    Type: White/Himalayan
    Age: 1 Year , 5 Months
    Altered:Neutered

    Album is Latin for white. A very suitable name for me don't you think?

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    Name:Dionysus
    Sex:Male
    Type: Tri-Color/American Shorthair
    Age: 3 Years , 4 Months
    Altered:Neutered

    Dionysus is the god of wine. Hopefully this little fellow is never allowed to indulge. He's a sweet boy that has already lost one home. He is hoping for a forever home and forever friend. He hopes that's you.

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    Name:Richard
    Sex:Male
    Type: Red & White/American
    Age: 1 Year , 5 Months
    Altered:Neutered

  •  

    Name:Churro
    Sex:Male
    Type: Brown/American Shorthair
    Age: 10 Months
    Altered:Neutered

    They call me Churro because I'm sweet and delightful. I am a very curious fellow who loves floor time and getting to know my humans. I've always enjoyed lettuce, corn husks, or a taste of dry oatmeal and I'll let you pet me while you feed me. I have soft brown fur with a little white beard to make me look more intellectual. Yes, I'm a jaunty little man with loads of personality. I just need the right family to help me find my place in the world.

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    Name:Tuttle Fitzgerald
    Sex:Male
    Type: ?/?
    Age: 3 Months
    Altered:Neutered

  •  

    Name:Clapton
    Sex:Male
    Type: ?/?
    Age: 3 Months
    Altered:Neutered

  •  

    Name:Azellia
    Sex:Female
    Type: Tri-color/American Shorthair
    Age: 4 Months
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Mae
    Sex:Female
    Type: Tri-color/American Shorthair
    Age: 4 Months
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Sir Winston
    Sex:Male
    Type: ?/?
    Age: 1 Year , 3 Months
    Altered:No

  •  

    Name:Phillis
    Sex:Female
    Type: Black /American Shorthair
    Age: 1 Year , 1 Month
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Viola
    Sex:Female
    Type: Tan & White/American Shorthair
    Age: 7 Months
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Adagio
    Sex:Female
    Type: Tortoise shell & White/Ridgeback
    Age: 1 Year
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Wednesday
    Sex:Female
    Type: Brown & White/American Shorthair
    Age: 1 Year , 2 Months
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Cindy Lou
    Sex:Female
    Type: Black & White/American Shorthair
    Age: 10 Months
    Altered:Spayed

  •  

    Name:Rhino & Hippo
    Sex:Male
    Type: Tri-Color/American Shorthair
    Age: 2 Years , 1 Month
    Altered:Neutered
    Special Needs:YES

    Hello, aren't we the two cutest boys you've ever seen? Sadly our last owner didn't play with us much so we are scaredy pigs right now but with a couple of weeks of snuggles and pets we will be the best pigs you could ever have. Won't you open your hearts and give us a chance? We do have one little problem. I Hippo need to have my boy part checked regularly. It doesn't quite retract the way it should. It's super easy and doesn't take much time or bother.