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Felix

Felix is a stunning Indian Ringneck parrot. He has very unusual yellow and a soft grey colour, and is quite striking. Although he isn't hand tame, he's quite comfortable being close to humans, and is sociable to other birds of his species. Interestingly, his cage buddy, Captain Birdo, was rescued from elsewhere. They met at the shelter and would like to find a home together. Felix would love an aviary where he can stretch his wings.

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Pinkie

Pinkie was adopted from our shelter four and a half years ago, and was a great partner to the other household bunny. Sadly, he passed away, and her family has decided to move her on. Pinkie is an enormous giant, who would really love a stable home for her final years. Below is a description her family have provided on Pinkie.

Being almost 5 years old, Pinkie is a calm and sweet white rabbit with a nurturing nature with big ears. She is strong-willed and protective of what she considers to be hers. For example, when it's time to feed her she will let you manage her feeding tray, but not for too long, as she will start to growl. She is not aggressive though, she is just establishing boundaries. She will lie down for a pat and loves company. She currently hops around an enclosed courtyard during the day and sleeps inside enclosed under stairs at night. She would be a good companion for another rabbit which she will probably groom, protect and care for as she did with a previous friend.

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Sabrina

Sabrina was dumped in a park. Luckily some people took her and her siblings to the pound before they succumbed to heat stroke, as it was such a hot summer's day. From the pound they came to our shelter, where they've been eating, drinking and growing like weeds! Sabrina has beautiful blue eyes, and agouti dutch markings. She arrived quite timid, however from watching her over confident brother, she's learning humans bring her favourite thing... food. She's happy to snuggle in your arms, and is showing more of her personality each day. We believe she is a giant breed, so be prepared for a very large bunny when she's finished growing! Sabrina is looking for a gentle, quiet home, where she can continue to grow in confidence.

Update: Sabrina and her sisters are new bunnies. They certainly found their confidence, and can't seem to get close enough! (The power or being the treat bearer!)

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Jill

Jill was dumped in a park. Luckily some people took her and her siblings to the pound before they succumbed to heat stroke, as it was such a hot summer's day. From the pound they came to our shelter, where they've been eating, drinking and growing like weeds! Jill has beautiful light agouti dutch markings. She arrived quite timid, however from watching her over confident brother, she's learning humans bring her favourite thing... food. She's happy to snuggle in your arms, and is showing more of her personality each day. We believe she is a giant breed, so be prepared for a very large bunny when she's finished growing! Jill is looking for a gentle, quiet home, where she can continue to grow in confidence.

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Captain Birdo

Captain Birdo is still settling into the shelter while we get to know him. He'd make a great aviary bird with his iridescent green plumage. He has a few feathers missing from his face, but they'll grow back soon (has done, since photo was taken). He was rescued separately to Felix, another Indian Ringneck parrot listed, however they have met at the shelter and currently share an enclosure. Captain Birdo is quite the character, but isn't overly trusting of us humans yet. We'll get there though, possibly with the help of a little bit of apple! Captain Birdo would like to find a home with his friend; Felix.

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Dalinar

**Handsome Alert**

Dalinar is a gorgeous boy, that has sadly seen a lot of neglect in his past life. He is most likely dad to the young boys at the shelter (other than Gavilar). With striking looks, this boy gets along with the young boys and would like to find a home with one or more of them. He will need a special home filled with love, where he will never be neglected or abused again. Only serious guinea pig owners apply please. You need to be able to commit to 8+ years before considering adoption.

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Vic

Vic and his siblings, Mikaela and Jess, arrived at the shelter on the 5th Nov 2017. They were only 1.5 weeks old, tiny little orphaned babies that needed round the clock care. Mikaela was the biggest, and was a real fighter! She drank the most, is always the first to reach you, and had the roundest little milk belly. Jess her sister was the steadiest, she grew slowly but was the easiest to feed. Unlike Mikaela that tried to drink too fast and got milk all over herself, Jess would calmly suckle away, she's such a good baby. Vic the boy arrived as the runt, a tiny, scrawny and helpless little guy, nobody thought he would make it, but we gave it our best shot! He did not take to the bottle at all, some days we couldn't give him a drop of milk and tried fluids. It's not easy injecting a teensy little baby bunny, and boy could he put up a fight, weak as he was! He wheezed his way through the days, struggling to breathe, but despite the odds came through and is fighting fit today. These three siblings are super friendly as you'd expect, never having to fear humans and seeing us from the moment they opened their eyes. They are agile, cheeky and super playful. Quite headstrong I must admit, given their earlier struggles in life they do tend to get away with quite a bit. These buns would be great adopted together, or as a friend for an existing bun. As they are still too young, they will need to be desexed at a later date, however will be vaccinated for adoption. Very special homes are needed for these little miracles!

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Jess

Jess and her siblings, Vic and Mikaela, arrived at the shelter on the 5th Nov 2017. They were only 1.5 weeks old, tiny little orphaned babies that needed round the clock care. Mikaela was the biggest, and was a real fighter! She drank the most, is always the first to reach you, and had the roundest little milk belly. Jess her sister was the steadiest, she grew slowly but was the easiest to feed. Unlike Mikaela that tried to drink too fast and got milk all over herself, Jess would calmly suckle away, she's such a good baby. Vic the boy arrived as the runt, a tiny, scrawny and helpless little guy, nobody thought he would make it, but we gave it our best shot! He did not take to the bottle at all, some days we couldn't give him a drop of milk and tried fluids. It's not easy injecting a teensy little baby bunny, and boy could he put up a fight, weak as he was! He wheezed his way through the days, struggling to breathe, but despite the odds came through and is fighting fit today. These three siblings are super friendly as you'd expect, never having to fear humans and seeing us from the moment they opened their eyes. They are agile, cheeky and super playful. Quite headstrong I must admit, given their earlier struggles in life they do tend to get away with quite a bit. These buns would be great adopted together, or as a friend for an existing bun. As they are still too young, they will need to be desexed at a later date, however will be vaccinated for adoption. Very special homes are needed for these little miracles!

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Kaladin

Kaladin is a sweet little boy. He gets along well with all the other boy piggies here, and would love to find a home with one or more of them. Since being rescued from a terrible start to life, he is lucky to be here and will need a home that understands guinea pigs are a commitment that can last 8+ years, and should not be taken on lightly. He will need lots of love, fresh food, regular cleaning, etc. Although he is a cute little baby now, Kaladin will grow into a cute big boy in time. Do not enter into adoption unless you can commit.

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Petunia

Petunia is a confident girl who doesn't shy away. She enjoys a pat, and although we were told she didn't like being picked up, she's been perfectly happy being carried around here. So probably depends on how confident you are with picking up bunnies, she is very smart and susses out what she can get away with, and with whom. On the smaller side, Petunia is graced with gorgeous, super model looks, and is ready to find her new home and family!

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