Thanks for the kind offer. The person being contacted to see if she has the status is the person who initiated the original email. The person doing the contacting is the person who forwarded the email to about four people. She also occasionally does transport for some of the SF ACC animals. If she does have the status and is willing to get them, then it's possible that she would need to pick them up and bring them to her rescue and then the transport person would deliver them to me. Again, the deadline is tomorrow per the person who is currently being contacted. She is the one who was alerted by SF ACC of the problem. Sorry for the vagueness and non-reference to names but they are purposefully being left out.If a non-profit can not be found. I'll pay the adoption fee.
I am to be at the shelter tomorrow at 11am. The shelter doesn't open until noon for adoptions but the person who is getting three of them is a volunteer there so we can get in early. Also, if you don't want the pregnant one, let me know. However, she would probably be one of the first to be put down. Even if the other person has to pick them up, I will check to see what is there if possible and what type of condition they are in. My understanding is that 19 came in and 7 were immediateley put down, for what reason I do not know. There are apparently some type of temporary cages that can be borrowed although I may not take them since I probably can come up with something with the male being placed this weekend.
Also, a FYI, the person who said that she probably could foster one or two for a short period has never had a guinea pig before. She's the one who rescues dogs and occasionally other critters.
As it stands now, kleenmama will take them if there is no charge? If there is a charge, Julian will cover the costs?
I will post more tomorrow, or sooner if need be; I will be leaving about 10am tomorrow to go to the city.