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Here are the small furries, reptiles, rodents and birds that don't fit into any other category, but they still need a loving new home. This webpage is updated regularly.

All our animals who are ready for adoption are also shown on the National RSPCA “Find a Pet” website, where they have lots of free online help and support, if you are considering adopting a pet or have just taken a new animal into your home. We are always happy to give help and advice about re-homing an animal.


If you would like to offer any of our animals a new home please call our Branch Manager Julia Tucker on 0161 286 2503 or email rspca.altrincham.cheshire@googlemail.com


Introducing the very handsome Cookie.

Cookie is a 2 year old castrated male guinea pig. Cookie came into our care as sadly his partner passed away and his owner wanted him to have the chance of finding a companion again, guinea pigs do become very sad and lonely when living alone.

Cookie has been given a clean bill of health and is looking for a home where he will be bonded with a female guinea pig or a group of girls.

Cookie is a confident friendly little guy especially when he knows there's fresh veggies on offer!!
Cookie is looking for a minimum sized home of 20sqft so he will have plenty of space to zoom.

This lovely lady is Jessie the red rump parakeet.

Jessie is a small parakeet about the size of a cockatiel. She came into our care via an rspca inspector.

Jessie is looking for a home in an aviary set up with other birds where she will be free to fly as much as she wants.

Introducing old man Bruce

Bruce came into our care from a huge multi mouse case. He was adult when he came into our care 6 months ago so he is an older boy looking for his forever retirement home.

Bruce was castrated as soon as he came into our care so he could live happily with company of his own kind. Sadly his partner recently passed away leaving Bruce on his own and we so want for him to have company again.

Bruce can be abit of a grumpy old man and is set in his ways of not wanting to be handled much. He has a set routine where he wakes up in the evening, spends a couple of hours pottering around and running on his wheel, he does love his wheel! The other main love in his life is his food! He will eat whatever he has access to! If he's not eating or on his wheel he's snuggled up in his hide fast asleep.

Do you have a couple of female mice looking for a castrated male friend to join them.

Meet the lovely Bertie. Bertie is a young male budgie.

Bertie came into our care via an rspca inspector after he was found flying around an apartment block. No owner came forward for Bertie so he is now looking for his forever home. 

Bertie loves his freedom to fly so he is looking for a home in an aviary with other budgies.

Introducing Bluebell Daisy and Rose, our trio of female chinchillas.

Bluebell Daisy and Rose came into our care after they were found alone in a carrier left outside a shut vets early one morning. Bluebell had an external fixator fitted to her leg which had obviously been there a long time and was originally fitted to fix a broken leg.

Once in our care Bluebell was treated with antibiotics and a week later the metal work was removed by an exotics specialist vet, she then had a further 3 weeks of antibiotics.

Daisy and Rose were both given general health checks and were in good health other than Daisy having a mats in her fur in her back.

Bluebell Daisy and Rose are now ready to find their forever home together. They are typical chinchillas in that they love plenty of space to explore and love rolling around in their sand bath. They absolutely love Timothy hay. All 3 are happy to sit on your hands but are much happier using you as a springboard to bounce off when enjoying their freedom.
Bluebell Daisy and Rose
Bluebell Daisy and Rose

Introducing Rodney!

Rodney is a castrated male guinea pig looking for a lovely lady pig or 2 (or 3 or 4 or 5!!) to live happily ever after with.

Rodney came into our care along with his brother Mickey, they were both entire males and really didn't get on, Rodney was definitely the boss! 

Rodney is a confident inquisitive young man who will wheek and wheek and wheek at the slightest rustle of a bag of greens! 

He loves his food! He is a friendly nosey boy who will come running over to you to checkout what food you have on offer. He isn't keen on being picked up and can be quite wriggly.

Rodney will be ready to bond with female pigs from 19.3.21


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