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Meet Latte (white - born 20/08/2018) and Burt (agouti and white - born 27/09/2018). These boys are the most cuddly piggies on earth. Latte will happily cuddle up to you while you’re watching a movie on any given day of the week! Their favourite foods are fresh grass, hay, capsicum, carrots and Pig’n’Mix. Snuggling into their comfy fleece cuddle cups is one of their favourite things to do.
Latte and Burt must be adopted together as they are a bonded pair.
Qld Guinea Pig Refuge is located at Bracken Ridge, North Brisbane.
The adoption fee for our guinea pigs is $25 each. Desexed guinea pigs are $35 each. They come fully health checked; worm and mite treated; and have been living at their foster carer’s house where they receive handling time.
If you are interested in adopting Latte and Burt, please fill out the adoption form by following the link below.
Ask us about our great prices on indoor cages and accessories.
Qld Guinea Pig Refuge is a guinea pig shelter dedicated to helping mistreated, abused, and unwanted guinea pigs in Queensland. To ensure they live a happy and healthy life, our guinea pigs are rehabilitated under our no euthanasia policy and then adopted under our strict adoption policy.