Centre seeking home for bonded pair

The Angus rehoming centre is seeking new owners for long-haired guinea pigs Mr Morris and Sonny.The Angus rehoming centre is seeking new owners for long-haired guinea pigs Mr Morris and Sonny.
The Angus rehoming centre is seeking new owners for long-haired guinea pigs Mr Morris and Sonny.
The Scottish SPCA is looking for a new home for two guinea pigs in the care of its Angus rehoming centre.

Mr Morris and Sonny are a bonded pair who would love to be rehomed together. They are always in each other’s company, either snuggling up for a nap or chomping on their favourite veggies side by side.

The duo would be a fantastic addition to any family and can be rehomed with young children, although any interaction would have to be supervised by an adult.

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They are longhaired Guinea pigs and their new owners will have to help them with grooming so that the boys never become matted.

​Boo is full of energy and looking for new humans with whom he can enjoy life.​Boo is full of energy and looking for new humans with whom he can enjoy life.
​Boo is full of energy and looking for new humans with whom he can enjoy life.

If you can give Mr Morris and Sonny their new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/10635-mr-morris-sonny.

Boo is a lovely crossbreed dog looking for a new home. He is currently being cared for by the charity's Aberdeenshire rescue and rehoming centre.

Boo is an energetic dog who loves to run around and have fun with his favourite humans. He is very lovable and loyal and will be a great companion for the right owner.

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He is quite boisterous and so will need a large garden where he can bound around and play as he pleases. Boo is still working on his socialisation skills, so the Society thinks he would be best suited to an adult-only home with previous experience of large dog breeds.

John ​is a friendly, well-handled ferret full of mischief who will need a large enclosure full of enrichment activities.John ​is a friendly, well-handled ferret full of mischief who will need a large enclosure full of enrichment activities.
John ​is a friendly, well-handled ferret full of mischief who will need a large enclosure full of enrichment activities.

Boo would prefer to be the only pet in the household so that he can always be at the centre of attention.

If you can give Boo his new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/10337-boo

John is funny ferret being cared for by the Edinburgh and Lothians centre.

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He is a friendly, well-handled ferret full of mischief. He is very clever and gives staff the runaround by finding new, ingenious ways of trying to escape while his enclosure is being cleaned. He is inquisitive and adventurous, and will need a large enclosure full of enrichment activities to keep him mentally and physically healthy. He may be able to live with other ferrets pending successful introductions. If you can give John his new home, please apply at https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/10246-john

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