Location: private boarding
Naveen is a 1 year old neutered piggy looking for a girlfriend or two to keep him company. He is on the hunt for a new home after being rescued from a massive multi animal case where he was kept in poor conditions with many other guinea pigs. Unfortunately he was bullied by one of the other male pigs from the home so suffered a few scabs on his nose and bum but thankfully they can hardly be seen now so he is ready for a fresh start.
Naveen is a sweet pig who is getting used to the easy life of cleaning bedding, fresh hay and daily veg portions. He can be a little shy when we first approach, often heading for the safety of his pigloo but his little nose will start twitching when he smells the kale we have on offer for him. Whilst he’s not very keen on being handled he tolerates it well and is easy to scoop up and check over, he is a mild mannered pig who copes well with whatever life throws at him.
Naveen is looking for a new home with female guinea pigs to bond with, the more the merrier he says. Indoor living is ideal for guinea pigs but as long as he has some female piggy pals he can live indoors or out but housing (for 2 guinea pigs) needs to be min 5ft x 2ft with plenty of hidey holes and fresh hay. We can offer advise on housing and bonding!
If you would like to adopt Naveen contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680.
Location: private boarding
Waddles is a 2 year old bachelor looking for a gaggle of girls to bond with. He came into our care after his owner found themselves homeless and unable to care for him any longer. He was originally paired with another male piggy but we have sadly discovered that they don't actually enjoy each other's company. Reluctantly we have separated the boys and Waddles has now been neutered and health checked by an exotic vet so is ready to find a girlfriend or two.
Waddles is a cheeky pig who is happy to cooperate with us for food. At the first sound of a cabbage being broken up or a broccoli being cut he’s at the front of his pen, his nose twitching away. He’ll stay still for handling as long as he isn’t manhandled too much but prefers to keep his feet safely on the floor. He’s fed a strict diet of hay and veggies only as he does have ever so slightly over grown teeth which our specialist vet believes will settle if commercial dried food is avoided.
Waddles is looking for a home with one or more female guinea pigs ideally indoors but he could live outside in a well insulated accommodation (min 5ft x 2ft with a run for 2 pigs). He was neutered on the 22nd February and can be introduced to ladies on the 5th March. We can offer advise on housing and bonding!
If you would like to adopt Waddles contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680.