10 March 2019

Colin and Noel

By FOAW staff
Colin and Noel
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Please say a special hello to Colin and Noel, two very gorgeous guinea pigs.

These two boys came to us from the same sad situation but had been kept separately. They are now fully bonded which has truly brought their personalities to the fore – they might be small but what they lack in statue they make up for in personality and are both very cheeky!

Colin (ginger and white) and Noel (black) are neutered and now ready to find their perfect forever home together. They need to be kept indoors during the winter with plenty of space to play and explore. These two are looking for more than the minimal welfare size area as they both appreciate enough space to be able to have some ‘alone time’ every so often (I’m pretty sure we’re all a bit like that!) When Colin was neutered, the vet found a lump and he had a little op to have it removed. It was nothing serious – and he is now back to his usual degree of fluffiness! Having got to know these two boys very well, Foster Mum Christine thinks they would be happiest in a home with previous experience of guinea pigs. They occasionally try to nip when being picked up so aren’t really suitable for young children.

If you think you can give these two little furry bundles of fun the forever home they are looking for together then please click on the link below and fill in the adoption application form (ignoring the fact that it says Rabbit!): Adoption Form