Guinea Pigs

Looking to adopt a rescue guinea pig? Look no further!

If you would like to adopt a piggy from us please read our

'Adopting a Guinea Pig Guide' before contacting us.

If you have any questions please contact us on:

0161 882 0680 or

Download our care leaflets:

1. Getting to know your guinea pig

2. Diet and Nutrition

3. Housing

4. Behaviour



















Ronan is a sweet little pig with a distinctive cream coloured coat. He was rescued from a home with over 70 guinea pigs which were being used for breeding but thankfully Ronan is in good health and is ready to find a new loving home.  

Ronan is only a young boy who can be a little shy around people. He can be coaxed out of his pigloo with some treats but he does need an owner who will be patient with him and help him get used to being handled. Ronan was in a trio of guinea pigs when he was first rescued (but had to be separated due to incompatibility) so we are confident that he will quickly bond with some female piggy friends.  

Ronan has been neutered so can be bonded with 1 or more female guinea pigs. He is looking for a home indoors in a good sized indoor enclosure (min. 5ft with a run or additional space to exercise). He will not be suitable for children under 10.

If you would like to adopt Ronan contact us today!

Email or call 0161 882 0680.














Pedro is a 8 week old male guinea pig looking for a home with a single male guinea pig as company. He is a quirky looking chap with an agouti coloured nose and ginger and black body! His mother came into our care pregnant along with many other guinea pigs who had been left to breed out of control. Thankfully, Pedro and his sisters were safely born in a foster home and have only known the good life with us!

Pedro is a cheeky little chap. He's obviously very small at the moment but will soon grow up as baby pigs do. He has a diet of unlimited hay and tasty greens and is growing up to be a very handsome boy.  

So if you have a single male looking for a buddy please get in touch. He can live indoors or outdoors but needs min 5ft housing (the bigger the better to stop any bickering once hormones kick in!).  

If you would like to adopt Pedro contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680.