- And got the T-shirt
Contact the rescues anyway, even if they don't show a single male for adoption. Rescues are run by volunteers, and the websites don't always get updated as soon as they should.
If you ask, they'll probably keep a lookout for a single male and let you know when they get one in.
Also look at Kijiji and Craigslist. You could also contact the vet offices around you -- sometimes they know of people who want to adopt out pets.
- Supporter in '11
We often have guinea pigs that aren't listed yet because they're not ready for adoption. OFten, I've got a waiting list for piggies before they're even available. So yes, contact the rescues and tell them what you're looking for.
I have 1 guinea pig, Re-Run, who is 8 1/2 years old. He may be too old for your purposes. The other pig i have is Henry, who is about 3 1/2 years old. He may be more suited to you. He's a white himalyan mix, so has a little longer hair.
If you're interested, email me back. Perhaps you could also tell me a little about your cage and what you feed your pigs. I've had Henry for a long time, and want to make sure he's getting a good home.
I'm trying to rehome a pig or two since my move into a smaller space. I originally had 14, and am now down to 4.
Let me know what you think and I can send a picture. :