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Springer & Wyatt   

In shelter Small or Furry

New Kensington, PA, 15068
Pet name:
Springer & Wyatt
Guinea Pig
These two fluffy boys are searching for their fur-ever home together. Wyatt hasnt had the easiest start to life, but he and Springer enjoy each others company and want to settle down with their new family. Could that be you?

Boys or girls?? Males are usually much more cuddly at an earlier age than females.   Males get along just as well as females. 

Like all bonded pairs, they have to be adopted together. If you would like to meet these boys, any of the other adoptable piggies at the rescue, or would like more information please email

Guinea pigs are social animals and should always have at least one other friend of their own kind. These wonderful little creatures live an average of 5 to 7 years. We’ve even seen them live until they were 9-10 years old! Children under the age of 12 should always be supervised by an adult when holding guinea pigs. Also, a responsible adult should supervise their care and well-being. Email us at for more information including our adoption form and our Guinea Pig Care Packet with the essential information all guinea pig owners should have.

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Wheek Care Guinea Pig Rescue

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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