Small Furries/Other

We usually have a selection of small animals available but please check with the Animal Centre first

  • Ferrets
  • Guinea pigs
  • Hamsters
  • Rats/mice
  • Gerbils
  • Budgies

Please read about Adopting one of our animals before enquiring.

Available

Small Furries/Other: Bertie & Sergio

Bertie & Sergio

Ferrets

Bertie and Sergio are a pair of male ferrets that are looking for a home together. These boys were brought to the centre separately after being picked by our inspectors, but after being neutered and having slow introductions they are now the best of friends and love causing trouble together before curling up for a snooze. We are not sure how old Bertie and Sergio are, they are adults however and are now at full size. Although they look very similar, they each have their own personality. Sergio is very cheeky and confident whereas Bertie is quite lazy! Sergio is the more friendly of the two and is more than be handled and will show his appreciation by kissing you! Bertie can be a little cheeky and has been known to give a playful nip which is why we are looking for a home with an experienced ferret owner. These boys love the great outdoors so we would love for them to go to a home where they could enjoy a safe outdoor space. They are extremely cheeky and aren't afraid of exploring any new surroundings so their new home will need to be completely secure and ferret proof! We are sure that Bertie and Sergio will provide their new family will hours of love and plenty of laughs!

Available

Small Furries/Other: Fish

Fish

Miscellaneous fish

From time to time we have various coldwater/tropical fish available.
Please ring the Animal Centre to check.

Reserved

Small Furries/Other: Izzy and Louise

Izzy and Louise

Female Adults

These pigs were brought to us over a year ago by one of our inspectors when they were found living in awful conditions with lots of other Guinea Pigs. After receiving plenty of TLC and gaining some weight, these lovely ladies are waiting patiently for someone to fall in love with them. 
Here we have Izzy, a tri-coloured adult female, and Louise, a black and white adult female. These 2 are a little bit reserved and are often found snuggled up together under their bed. Although they are a little shy, once they are sat on your knee both Izzy and Louise let you know how happy they are by letting out squeals of joy! We would like the pigs to be adopted in their bonded pairs and they must have a minimum hutch size of 6×2×2 feet of space with the option of an additional run. These guinea pigs really deserve a second chance after living in such terrible conditions and we are sure they will make excellent family pets!

Rehomed

Small Furries/Other: Willow and Lacey

Willow and Lacey

Female adults

These pigs were brought to us over a year ago by one of our inspectors when they were found living in awful conditions with lots of other Guinea Pigs. After receiving plenty of TLC and gaining some weight, these lovely ladies are waiting patiently for someone to fall in love with them. Here we have Willow and Lacey, a pair of black and tan adult females. These two came in separately, and after Willow’s babies had all found loving new homes we decided to pair these 2 up. Willow and Lacey are the more confident pair and are quite happy being handled and stroked, but most of all they love their food! When they hear the rustle of a spinach bag they soon let us know they are ready by letting out excited squeals!

Rehomed

Small Furries/Other: THE SPICE GIRLS

THE SPICE GIRLS

We currently have 3 members of the Spice Girls residing at the centre! We have Sporty Spice who is white and black, Scary Spice who is black long haired and Baby Spice who is all white. These 3 adult Syrian Hamsters were brought to us via one of our inspectors along with Ginger and Posh spice who have now gone to their new homes leaving these 3 cheeky ladies waiting for their new family to come along! Potential new adopters should be warned, these 3 ladies are very cheeky and will need a very secure new accommodation as they managed to chew their way through the accommodation they were in at the centre and escape! They didn't manage to get very far and have now been safely secured in a new accommodation and if anything, are even more cheeky after their little adventure. The three remaining members of the Spice Girls are a little shy of being handled and will need a home where their new owners will give them time and patience to help their confidence grow. We are hoping these 3 girls will find their new homes soon!