Dec 14, 2009

Recent Adoptions: Perlie and Bonzai

A big HOORAH for our little girl Perlie who went home with her new friend Bonzai and new family Anne and Patrick of Middleton. Bonzai is a neutered male that lost his long time cagemate, so he was looking for a friend to chase away the lonelies. We are so glad we could make him happy and find Anne and Patrick a new guinea pig to pamper and spoil. Here 's a picture taken by Patrick of Bonzai and Perlie getting to know each other. Don't they make a lovely twosome?

Dec 5, 2009

December Pigs of the Month: The Marshmallow Boys



Who are these adorable boys? Why it's Gilbert and his buddy Magoo! This lovely pair might not have flashy colors, but they more than make up for it in personality. They both have a twinkle of mischief in their eyes. Gilbert is the vocal one and his lyrical voice can be heard over all the other pigs, especially when it's veggie time. Magoo is quieter, but he just knows he is something special with his crazy cute hairdo. These boys are friendly, curious and funny and will make great pets. Are they the pigs for YOUR household? Gilbert and Magoo are just one of the lovely pairs of pigs that up for adoption through the Wisconsin Guinea Pig Rescue. If you are not in the position to provide a home, consider helping to sponsor these lovely boys while they await their new family. Even a $5 donation will help us continue to provide hay, pellets and fresh vegetables to our rescue pigs.

Check them out on Petfinder!

Recent Adoptions: More happy tails!

Congratulations to Merlin and Padraic (renamed "Galahad" CUTE!), who went home to Rhinelander this weekend. Their new family had a 2 grid by 5 grid cage all ready for them (and lots of veggies!). So lots of space to run and tons to eat. What more could a pig ask for?


Merlin getting cleaned up for his new home

Galahad's baby picture (he's grown up a lot since then!)

Also, Crockett and Ike went to live in Stoughton with Lori and her family. Way to go, Crockett and Ike!


P.S. Guinea pigs don't actually have tails.