Guinea pigs

An up-to-date list of guinea pigs looking for a new home can be found below.

To adopt a rabbit, guinea pig, or rodent please check our requirements page and then email us on: otheranimals@haws-animals.org.uk


Thor (M) HG128

Age: 11 months

Thor and Loki came into HAWS aged 3 weeks after unplanned breeding. They were rehomed together but they started to fight even though they are both neutered so they came back to us after a few months. 

They were handled often and therefore are friendly and will happily sit in a lap and be stroked. 

They are frustrating as they can spend several hours together without any issues and interact very happily but then for no apparent reason will fall out. 

They could be rehomed together to live next to each other in adjacent cages and then come out for supervised time in a run or playpen. 

But the other option would be for them to rehomed separately to be homed with female guinea pigs as this has worked with their brothers and sisters. 

Do you have a lonely girl who would like a handsome chap in her life? 


Loki (M) HG129

Age: 11 months

Thor and Loki came into HAWS aged 3 weeks after unplanned breeding. They were rehomed together but they started to fight even though they are both neutered so they came back to us after a few months. 

They were handled often and therefore are friendly and will happily sit in a lap and be stroked. 

They are frustrating as they can spend several hours together without any issues and interact very happily but then for no apparent reason will fall out. 

They could be rehomed together to live next to each other in adjacent cages and then come out for supervised time in a run or playpen. 

But the other option would be for them to rehomed separately to be homed with female guinea pigs as this has worked with their brothers and sisters. 

Do you have a lonely girl who would like a handsome chap in her life?