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If you would like to find out more about one of our available pets, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out an adoption application.
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(Please note: Animals listed on this page have been deemed healthy by their past owners but MAY have not been seen by our vets. Unless the animal is visibly sick, we assume that he/she is healthy. This enables us to offer low adoption fees for these animals and helps us place more of them in permanent homes.)
Chevelle & Loremo (Male baby Guinea Pigs)
They are two of four unexpected babies from the Guinea Pig DeSoto, who was thought to be a male, but obviously is a female.
They are bonded and must be adopted together.
Chevelle is caramel brown mostly, but he has a white strip down the middle of his face and the left side of his face is dark brown. He is very vocal for dinner time, but also likes the slower side of life, choosing to hide and snooze most of the day. Don’t tease him with food, though, because he will squeak and squeak until he can sit down for a nice meal.
Loremo was the runt of the litter, with lighter, butterscotch-colored body and a dark face. Loremo is spunky and social, constantly vocalizing his desire for more food and partaking in his twice-daily cage zoomies.
Both boys are constantly munching, whether it’s on their favorite snacks of lettuce or green peppers, or diving into a fresh pile of hay with their brothers.
Chevelle & Loremo are currently living in foster care but would like to be part of your family. The adoption fee of $35 EACH will benefit other CPR rescue animals.
Chevelle & Loremo - More photos
Sorry, we have no other small animals in foster care at this time.
We update our list of available animals frequently, so please check back soon!
* If you see Adoption Pending status next to an animal's name, it does not mean the animal is adopted, just means we are not currently taking any new applications for the animal and we are in the process of reviewing current applications. If the current applicants don't work out then the adoption pending status will be removed and other applications will be taken into considerations. Thank you for your understanding.