Breed: This girl has one loppy ear so we believe she's got some lop in her, plus she has that round body. Size: Medium size female DOB: Approximately beginning of 2015 Reason in Rescue: This girl was found with five others after someone dumped them in a forest :( Three of them came to our rescue! Personality: This girl is sweet. The whole time I was trying to take a picture she was shoving her head under the camera so we would pet her. She's very outgoing, doesn't mind being held and handled and likes her head rubbed :) She is using her litter box very well already! Friends: She is a good candidate to be bonded to a neutered male! Requirements: Must be adopted as an indoor animal, with an as large as possible plastic bottomed cage or puppy pen (minimum 4' x 2'). Adoption process: An adoption application must be filled out (http://www.judgespark.org/adoption-application.html), and approved by us. Then we will arrange a meeting time to see the animal of interest. A home visit is required prior to adoption. Suggested adoption donation is $60 which includes her spay and microchip.
We are a small animal rescue located in western Pennsylvania, within driving distance of cleveland and Pittsburgh. We specialize in guinea pigs and rabbits, and other small creatures. We are here for all of those guinea pigs and rabbits that are in desperate need of a home, whether that be from neglect or abandonment.
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We are near New Castle PA, north of Pittsburgh, and near eastern Ohio. Appointments must be made before hand by phone or email.
Our Adoption Process...
All potential adopters will be fully screened and must fill out an application and come meet the animal they wish to adopt. No animals will ever be shipped. For guinea pigs, we request an adoption donation of $20 for one and $35 for a pair; fees for rabbits are usually $60 for spayed/neutered rabbits. Animals must be returned to Judge's Park if adopter cannot take care of adopted animal.
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