BULBASAUR NEEDS A HOME!
Bulbasaur came into PACT as part of a huge group of guinea pigs that you may remember from an article in our autumn 2017 newsletter.
He is the last one left to find a home. He is wonderful little piggy that deserves to find love.
SWEETS AND WENDALL - HOODED RATS
Sweets and Wendall are fairly new additions to the PACT family.
They are one year old, male, hooded rats. They weren't handled much in their previous home so are a little timid but we believe with love, time and patience these two will make fabulous pets.
LOTS OF GUINEA PIGS LOOKING FOR A NEW HOMES WITH
SOMEONE TO TALK TO!
Earlier this year we took in eighteen Guinea Pigs, eleven males and seven females. They were brought in to us as the lady was struggling to cope with so many.
They were being kept in cramped conditions in a built-in wardrobe that had been converted into hutches in a mobile home with males and females cohabiting. As such two females have now given birth, each having a litter of three beautiful babies and we have one more who is due to give birth any day.
All the boys will be castrated and once we are satisfied that no more girls are pregnant they will all be looking for their forever homes.
Can you offer a good home to these gorgeous little Piggies?
This little chap was left with a temporary carer when his owners went away on holiday, sadly they never returned to collect their pets and so they had to be rehomed.
Degus do make entertaining pets but beware they are very active and nocturnal, normally friendly, they are extremely quick and therefore not easy for a child to handle so are best suited to homes where adults carry out most of the care. We always have lots of degus looking for their forever home.
Hamsters and gerbils are still one of Britain's most popular pets, they are cute and entertaining but the down side is that they are nocturnal, they want to play and make noise when humans want to sleep, they are not long lived, and can pack a nasty bite if not handled properly.
PACT is open from 12 Noon to 3.30pm Wed. Thurs. Fri. and Sat. for anyone looking for a new animal in their life. Outside of these times is appointment only please. N.B PACT is not a visitors centre.