Animal charity looking to rehome exotic trio

The Scottish SPCA is seeking new homes for a Guinea pig, royal python and grey parrot which are currently in its care.

Friday, 7th April 2023, 3:29pm
Animal charity looking to rehome exotic trio

Angelo is a gorgeous Guinea pig looking for a new permanent home. A happy young boy, he is looking for a family who can appreciate what he has to give.

He has lifelong health issues and is seeking an experienced owner who has the patience, experience and understanding of Guinea pigs to give him the extra TLC that he needs. He is a gentle soul who loves nothing more than chilling out and chewing away on his hay.

If you can give Angelo his new home, please apply via the Scottish SCPA website at

Ernie is a royal python currently resideing at the charity’s Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

Ernie is a handsome big snake who still has some growing to do. They haven’t been probed yet, so the society is unsure of their sex at present. Ernie was quite shy when they first arrived at the centre, but they are slowly and surely feeling more comfortable.

Ernie prefers their alone time but is getting used to being handled by humans. A large vivarium will be required for Ernie as they continue to grow. Experience of large body snakes is a must.

If you can give Ernie their new home, please apply via the Scottish SCPA website:

Harlow is a beautiful African grey parrot currently being cared for by the Scottish SPCA Edinburgh and Lothians Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre. She is not yet hand tame, but will helpfully hop on to a perch for you if and when you have to take her out of her cage.

While curious, Harlow can sometimes find new environments overwhelming. She would be best suited to an experienced owner who can provide a large cage full of fun enrichment activities to keep her happy and occupied. Harlow is looking for an owner who is home most of the day as her breed can get very noisy and destructive when they feel lonely. Please apply via the Scottish SCPA website:

As African grey's are a CITES protected species, Harlow will need to be re-homed on a permanent foster. This means that the Society would still ask for a donation from you to take her home but if at any time you could no longer keep her then she would have to go back to them.

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