Adopt Guinea Pigs

Please Note: We only rehome guinea pigs in pairs or can bond your guinea pig with one of ours.

It is important to us that both you and your adopted guinea pig(s) are happy.
For this reason we have the following straight forward, but important adoption process:

  1. Please check you live in our Catchment Area at the bottom of this page.
  2. Please read and ensure you agree with our Guinea Pig Adoption Policy
  3. Please read and ensure you agree with our Guinea Pig Adoption Fee
  4. Complete our Online Application Form to get the ball rolling
  5. We’ll then organise a home visit with you
  6. Then you can make an appointment to see the guinea pigs

All Guinea Pigs are:

  • Health and Dental Checked

Guinea Pigs Available for Adoption

The following is a list of some of the guinea pigs available for adoption. This is just a selection of the animals we have at The Centre and sometimes we do run out of time to keep the site updated. Please follow the process above to ensure you are not disappointed.

Guinea Pig of the Month

  • Girolle

    *To bond with a male gp*
    Hiya! I’m Girolle, and I’m a 7 month old male. I came to The Centre as my previous owner got new dogs and we didn’t get on. I am very good when bring handled, and I will happily sit on your lap for lots of strokes. I am looking for a home with another male gp I can bond with.

  • Happy Cherries & Fizzy Peach

    To be rehomed as a pair
    Indoor guineapigs

    Hi everyone! My name is Happy Cherries and I’m the tricoloured pig on the left and next to me is my friend Fizzy Peach, we’re both male and aged 5 years old. We came to the Centre in October as our previous owners had a change of circumstances and unfortuantely could no longer keep us. We are a lovely pair and we enjoy running around our pen and munching plenty of grass! We are looking for a home together as we get on so well Fizzy Peach will be on a part foster as he has a small lump under his right armpit. The vet has seen it, and isn’t concerned by it and said it just needs to be monitored. If it grows or changes then he can come and see the vet here under the foster scheme. We have lived indoors all our life so it is best for us to be rehomed as indoor guineapigs, as we are not use to the harsh temperatures outside.

    *Fizzy Peach – Part Foster for lump under right armpit*

  • Heineken & Modelo

    To be rehomed as a pair
    Hi! My name is Heineken, the long haired guinea pig, and this is my friend Modelo, with the short hair. We are both male and both around a year and half old. We love our food, as you may be able to tell by our chubby bellies! We would benefit from going to a home with owners who’d like to handle us often. We are generally pretty happy with being sat on a lap for handling time. I am long haired, so I will need this brushed often to keep me looking handsome.

  • Romesco

    *To bond with a male gp*

    Hey! My name is Romesco, and I am a handsome 7 months old male. I came to The Center in November, as my previous owner had new dogs that didn’t like me. I am a very confident boy, and I spend most of my day standing on my plastic castle staring at the staff. I am also quite vocal and I love to squeak and run around to show my happiness and excitment. I am looking for a home with another male gp to bond with.

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