Small furries in West Wales looking for forever homes

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Mice

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Mouse care advice: Mice need large caging (not the tiny plastic 'mouse' cages you see in most pet shops) as they are very active and like barred cages to climb. We recommend the Savic Ruffy or Hamster Heaven for small groups and the Savic Freddy or the new style Ferplast Furet Plus for larger groups due to the narrow bar spacing. For further care information please contact us and see our Links page for recommended mouse websites. 

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Rats

 
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Rat care advice: Rats are social animals, so need companions. If a male rat is aggressive to other rats they often benefit from neutering and if they still won't live with other males they can live with females, once neutered. They also need large caging with levels and climbing opportunities.  For further care information please contact us for a chat and see our links page for rat care websites.

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Degus

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Degu care advice: Degus need an all metal cage as they will chew out of plastic. Also, a solid metal wheel as they love to run and can hurt tails or feet in runged wheels. They need plenty of fresh hay available at all times to help keep their molar teeth trim from eating large quantities daily. They can be picky about the vegetables they eat but try sprinkling herbs (dried or fresh) on the veggies to get them interested. They will love you forever if you give them rose petals but please make sure they haven't been sprayed with any nasties first. For further care information please contact us for advice and see our Links page for recommended degu sites, especially Degutopia. 

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Guinea pigs

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Guinea pig care advice: They need a large indoor accommodation and are not usually confident using ramps so cages with levels are often not suitable. Indoor homes a must as the UK winter is not mild enough for guinea pigs to live outside all year. For further care information please contact us and see our Links page for recommended guinea pig sites.

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Gerbils

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Gerbil care advice: Gerbils need a large glass tank with a mesh lid and not the tiny gerbilariums seen in many pet shops or plastic bottomed cages they soon chew out of. Hay is an important part of their diet and environmental enrichment. We do not recommend the use of wood shavings as a substrate but recommend a paper based product such as Finacard or Ecopet mixed with hay.

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Hamsters

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Hamster care advice: Syrian hamsters are solitary animals so need to live alone. They need a large cage, such as, a Savic Hamster Heaven or a Ferplast Mary, with lots of space as they are more active than is commonly thought. They are most active at night so not suitable for a childs bedroom, especially if your hamster is a wheel hog, as most are. Most hamsters wheels on the market are too small for a syrian hamster so they will need a large wheel so they can run comfortably. For further care information please contact us and see our Links page for recommended hamster sites.

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Rabbits

We no longer operate as a rehoming centre - please see our links page for UK rescues.

For rabbits looking for homes all over the UK please go to the Rabbit Rehome website. For rabbit care information please contact us and see our Links page for recommended rabbit sites.

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