Small Animal
Guinea Pig
Good With Kids
Good With Small Animals
Meet the crew of guineas we have for adoption! If you are adopting a single male to pair with another boar, please be prepared to have 2 separate cages. Before inquiring, please do some basic research to make sure you have room and time for a guinea. Make sure you understand dietary needs as well. Guineas are considered “exotic” pets, and not all vets will take them. Vetting can be needed unexpectedly and can be expensive. Guineas should not be the sole responsibility of a young child. We are more than happy to help if you have questions before and after adoption! Before adopting, you will need to provide pictures of your set up.There is an adoption fee as well. We only adopt to adults. Please don’t have your child text us. If you are interested in meeting and adopting a Guinea or two, want to see more pics, or have a question, please text us at (702)366-6391. Male Pairs: Lenny and Apollo- Rescue favorites! These are our chonkiest, most friendly and easygoing boys. These boys chose each other and have loved being paired ever since Apollo knocked the barrier down in their cage. We’ve had these boys for almost 2 YEARS! They deserve a home! Lenny allows pets in the cage, while Apollo is more shy. These boys could be about 3-4 years old. Truffle and Oscar- These two are fun and like to play and popcorn. They came from separate situations but have enjoyed being together. Both take treats from your hand and love pea flakes! Truffle is about 1.5 years old, and Oscar is 6 months. Brownie and Marshmallow- These boys are sweet and like being with each other. It takes a few minutes to warm up to being held, but they settle nicely and enjoy ear and head rubs. They are about 3 years old. Single Males: Teller- Been with us for a year. He was surrendered with another male who was not nice to him at all. When surrendered, we were told his mom was a skinny pig and his dad was an Aby- so he has very unique hair. Teller is likely 3 or so years old. He is being fostered in a classroom and does well with just gentle pets by the kids. He is not ready to be held by kids, though- he’s pretty skittish and needs time to trust you. Theo- He is our largest guy! He was surrendered after his buddy died and his mom couldn’t handle the hay with her allergies. Theo has lots of personality and is very social. He likes pets a lot. He does not like you to try and tidy his cage when he’s in it. He’s probably 3-4 years old. He loves his veggies and sings the song of his people when he hears a bag rustle! So far he’s been territorial with other males and prefers to be alone. We will keep working on him. He’s being fostered in a classroom and does well with calm kids. Snow- came from ”the list” at our local shelter. He’s been nothing but a good boy here. All his siblings were picking on him in the shelter, and he came to us with healing wounds. He’s interested in other guineas, but we haven’t found one that’s a perfect match yet. Snow is 1 year old. He’s very skittish about handling, but with slow calm movements and a soothing voice he will cuddle in for snuggles. He has a funny personality and is quite handsome! Ernie- Ernie is 6 months old. He has a unique pattern and is very handsome! He will come to the cage to accept treats. He’s a bit skittish about being picked up, but once he is, he enjoys a cuddle. Sammy- Sammy is a 3-4 months old and is quite the wild one! He has lots of energy and is fast! Sammy is learning that being held is a good thing. Even though he’s young, he hasn’t wanted to bond with other males. He will chat through the bars though. Gouda- This guy is about 6 month old. He came in with a buddy but ended up being quite a bully. He prefers to be a gridmate. He’s skittish about being picked up at first, but once he is he settles down. He likes lettuce but won’t touch cilantro! Female Pairs: Rosemary and Cordelia- are a 6 months old and love hanging out together in their tunnel. If you want to hear their voices, grab a lettuce bag or some pea flakes! Rosemary came from a hoarding situation and Cordelia’s sister was adopted- so they became a perfect match. They are friendly girls and come to the cage to get snacks. They must be adopted together as they are great friends. Jazzy and Daisy- these two were owner surrenders. They are about 2-3 years old. They are vocal and Jazzy is especially friendly. Daisy is more reserved. They love their veggies and make sure to remind you to remember them daily. They are good with kids and have been around them. Macy and Oreo- these two are very friendly, especially Oreo. She loves coming to get snacks from you. Oreo is about 2 and Macy is about 1. They came from separate situations, but have bonded well together and make a great pair. Ivy and Iris- these two came from the local shelter. Iris is likely just under a year old and Ivy was born June 5. These two are beautiful and love snacks and being together. They love tunnels, lettuce and sharing cucumber slices.