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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.

https://www.rspca.org.uk/findapet/adopters/-/articleName/Adopers_advice_page

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 Mr and Mrs Mouse!

Mr and Mrs Mouse came into our care after being found abandoned in a small dirty cage with a litter of tiny babies.

We had to separate Mr Mouse due to him being an entire male and he was taken to our exotics specialist vet where he was castrated.

Mrs mouse did a great job of rearing her babies, she had already gotten pregnant before we removed Mr Mouse so she had her 2nd litter and successfully reared those aswell (see our groups of male and female mice already listed for adoption)

Mr Mouse was very lonely and depressed on his own. He rarely came out of his house bless him. He had served his 6 weeks post castration so we just had to reunite him with his Mrs Mouse! It was instant love and they have been inseparable ever since!

 

Mr and Mrs Mouse are now looking for their forever home together 🐭❤🐭 minimum cage size 80cmx50cm
Mr and Mrs Mouse
Mr and Mrs Mouse
Mr and Mrs Mouse
Mr and Mrs Mouse

Sasha, Sugar and Suki are a group of adult female degus looking for their forever home.
The girls are lovely and friendly and adore each others company always snuggling up together.
They have been health checked by an exotic vet.

4 female mice ready for adoption from 2 different litters. All currently living together. Can be rehomed as a quad or split into pairs. 

Meet our trio of gorgeous guinea pig girls Mavis, Martha and Iris.

Mavis, Martha and Iris came into our care via an rspca inspector from a huge multi animal household.

Mavis is an adult female, she is the ginger girl with a white spot in her head.

Martha is an adult female, she is the ginger and white girl and is mum to Iris.

Iris was born 1.7.19 she is the little agouti girl.

All our guinea pigs are health checked by an exotics specialist vet prior to adoption.

Mavis, Martha and Iris are looking for a forever home together, they could be bonded with other female guinea pigs or a castrated male.
Mavis, Martha and Iris
Mavis, Martha and Iris
Mavis, Martha and Iris

Raj, Sheldon, Leonard and Howard are 4 male fancy mice brothers all currently living together in a quad. They were born 9.11.19

Raj, Sheldon, Leonard and Howard
Raj, Sheldon, Leonard and Howard
Raj, Sheldon, Leonard and Howard

Paul and John are a pair of male fancy mice. They were born around 15th October 2019.
Paul and John are looking to be rehomed together.

George and Ringo are a pair of male fancy mice. They were born around 15th October 2019.
George and Ringo are looking for their forever home together.

Meet our Bee Gees trio - Maurice, Barry & Robin - who are 3 young boars who love to chatter away.

Maurice (black and tan) is the most confident of the trio, and quite enjoys a little cuddle as long as he's allowed to snuggle into your hair/scarf/jumper.

Barry (tricolour) can sometimes be a bit nervous about being handled, but he's a sweet boy who has put up with a lot after suffering from an abscess for the last few months.

Robin (cream) is by far the most shy of the trio, and really isn't keen on being caught or picked up, but he's cheeky enough when it comes to food and his favourite peppers - he'll be first to poke his head out of the hide to grab a chunk and take it back in before anyone else gets a chance.

All three boys are neutered and ready to find their forever homes, either together or to be bonded with friendly females.

Maurice, Barry & Robin
Maurice (black and tan) is the most confident of the trio, and quite enjoys a little cuddle as long as he's allowed to snuggle into your hair/scarf/jumper.
Barry (tricolour) can sometimes be a bit nervous about being handled, but he's a sweet boy who has put up with a lot after suffering from an abscess for the last few months.
Robin (cream) is by far the most shy of the trio, and really isn't keen on being caught or picked up, but he's cheeky enough when it comes to food and his favourite peppers - he'll be first to poke his head out of the hide to grab a chunk and take it back in before anyone else gets a chance.
   

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