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 25th January 2021.
If you are interested in any of the guinea pigs please read through our rehoming policies on Adopting a Guinea page and then email or phone us and we will send you a rehoming questionnaire. Look forward to hearing from you.
Adoption fee is a minimum donation of £15 per guinea pig and for a neutered boar a minimum donation of £45.
PLEASE NOTE AT THE MOMENT WE ARE ONLY REHOMING TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE ADOPTED FROM US BEFORE.
ONCE WE FEEL IT IS SAFE FOR PEOPLE TO VISIT THE RESCUE AND IT IS SAFE FOR US TO DO HOME VISITS WE WILL START REHOMING AGAIN. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS RULE.
These three beautiful sows came to us as their owners were moving house. They were born in January 2018. They will be ready for rehoming in March 2020 and will be rehomed as a group of three.
Kitty & Lizzie came into Rescue on 3rd September 2019. We do not know their actual age but they are young so were born probably the latter part of 2018 or very early 2019. Lizzie the torti & white one has had babies (who have now been rehomed). So Lizzie and Kitty are now ready for a home of their own. They are still quite nervous but are now being regularly handled and are getting used to cuddles.
Markle and Misty are two beautiful sows born in 2018. Markle did become pregnant and had two beautiful baby sows on 1st July 2019 (Marlene and Trigger). These four are to be rehomed together.
This is Snap, Crackle & Pop, three baby brothers born on 7th January 2020. They came to us from an unwanted litter from a long line of unwanted litters from a pregnant sow from Pets at Home. Hopefully we have now taken all the boars away from the sows but there could still be pregnant sows in the enclosure. If they are we can get the baby boars out before they start mating the sows again.
Update : As these boars are getting older they have started bickering so will not be able to be rehomed as a trio.
Dennis came into rescue on 25th November 2017 when his young owner died. Originally he was living with another boar Otis but they were not getting along so a decision was made to split them. We do not know Dennis's exact age but I would think he was born around June/July 2017.
He was neutered on 16.04.19. Whilst waiting for a young sow to come in to pair him up with a lovely young boar called Franklin who was born on 12th May 2019 came to us and Dennis and Franklin have become firm friends. So they will now be rehomed as a pair.
Timothy and Oliver are brothers who were born on 20th January 2020. They are a result of Pets at Home selling pregnant sows. They are so cute and will be ready for rehoming when they are 8 weeks old.
Chas came into rescue on 25th February 2020 with his friend Dave. He was born in April 2018 and came to us due to child losing interest in him. He is such a friendly boar who is relatively easy to handle. We will try to bond him with another boar when we are out of lockdown or if this fells he will be neutered and can have a lady friend.
Buttons came to us in October 2019 due to his owners moving. He has now been neutered and is now ready to live with a lady friend. He is such a gentle soul with the ladies and has very good manners with them.ith a sow. He was born in 2017 and is a very sweet natured piggy who loves a cuddle.
Caspar is a young boar, probably around a year old who has been neutered and is now ready to be bonded with a sow. Such a cheeky little chap and so inquisitive.