Here are some of the guinea pigs at the Wheek & Squeak who are looking for their forever homes. If you think you can help these unfortunate guinea pigs and give them a loving home please contact us. We have around 120 guinea pigs here, the elderly and frail ones will stay with us but we have loads of young beautiful pigs that desperately need a home of there own. This page was updated on 8th November 2017.
If you are interested in any of the guinea pigs please read through our rehoming policies on Adopting a Guinea page and then ring Beverly on 01929 427067 to take further details. Look forward to hearing from you.
Honey and Nutty came into Rescue on the 16th January 2016 because their owner's were allergic to them.
They were born in July 2014. They are lovely girls who deserve a home of their own.
Tia & Maria came into rescue on the 7th August 2017 as their owners were moving house.
They were born in January 2016 and are very pretty ladies.
Brunhilde and Renee are very cute little piggies. They came in to rescue together on the 4th August 2017 after their owners were told they could no longer house them in their flat.
They were only born in January 2017. They really are a wonderful pair who deserve a home and family of their own.
Pip and Squeak came into rescue on the 4th November 2017 after their owners could no longer afford to keep them due to finance issues.
These elderly girls were born in 2013 and are very timid at the moment.
Cocoa and Cupcake came into rescue on the 7th December 2016 due to their owners divorcing. These two lovely ladies were born on the 19th February 2016 and thanks to being in foster over Christmas they have become really confident and love having cuddles.
Twix and Rolo came into rescue on the 4th March 2017 after their owner could no longer afford them. They are very lively boys and would love lots of space to run around in their new home.
They were born in 2016.
Trump and Boris are two very handsome boars who came into rescue on the 1st October 2017 due to their owners dog showing too much interest in them so they had to go. They were born in 2016 and are very sweet young boys who are a little scared at the moment.
Chandler and Joey came to us this year from a very large rescue in Gosport of over 150 guinea pigs. Joey was only a baby but Chandler's age is unknown. We would think he was born around 2015. Chandler is very forward and loves people whereas Joey is a little more cautious. Both of them love being cuddled.
Ralph and Max came into rescue on 7th April 2017 due to the owners no longer having the time to look after them.
They were both born in April 2017 so are still very young and quite nervous.
Boris and Ben came into rescue on the 4th March 2017 and are such lovely characters. They were part of a big rescue from Denmead and much like their brothers, who are also up for adoption, they are very confident little chaps.
They were born 13th February 2017.
Rigby came into rescue with his brother Archie on the 2nd March 2015 after their owner's dog would not leave them alone and was therefore worried for their safety. These two gorgeous boys have been with us for a long time and sadly they have never found a home. Archie has since passed away and Rigby is now looking for another single boar he can make friends with and finally get the home him and his past mate always dreamed of.
Rigby was born in July 2014.
Heath came into rescue on the 6th September 2017 after his friend was eaten by a fox and the owners were worried the fox may come back for Heath.
He was born in March 2017 and is looking for another single boar to be paired up with.
Jagger was brought into rescue on the 7th September 2017 after a mother had found her son breeding guinea pigs in the garden shed. He has such beautiful markings and amazing piggy lips - hence the name Jagger!
He was born in 2016 and is looking for a new single boar friend.
Fergus came from the same big Denmead rescue as Bertie above on the 4th March 2017. Sadly he did not get on with his other two brothers so we had to make the sad decision to split them. Fergus is now living on his own and is much happier. We haven't tried pairing him with any other boars so this is still a possibility otherwise he would love to live in a separate cage next door to another group of piggies.
He was born on the 6th February 2017 and much like his brothers he loves sitting on top of his wooden house and watching everything going on around him.