Gummy Bear came to MNPPR with her mama and 5 siblings from a humane society in Iowa. She Is bonded with her mother Lollipop and her sister Abba-Zaba. They must be adopted together. Dwarf hamsters tend to be happier if they live with at least one friend of the same sex.
Our adoption process and fees can be found on our website here: http://www.mnpocketpetrescue.org/#!process/ca4l
We absolutely DO NOT SHIP ANIMALS! Please do not ask.
Minnesota Pocket Pet Rescue is an organization committed to the rescue and adoption of small animals in the greater Twin Cities area. Our team is made up of enthusiastic and passionate volunteers who are ready to work hard to serve the underrepresented niche of small animals in the overall rescue community. Some of our small furry friends we specialize in helping include rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, rabbits, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, chinchillas, degus, ferrets and sugar gliders. By working with the animal service community and reliable foster volunteers, MNPPR aspires to save countless "pocket pets" and place them in the loving forever homes they deserve. We are proud to serve as a support system and resource base to our community by providing information and helping to educate pet owners on the proper care of a variety of small animals.
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We are a foster based rescue and do not have a shelter location. To meet an animal we must have your approved application on file.
Our Adoption Process...
View our adoption process and fees on our website here: http://tinyurl.com/adoptionprocess
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