My name is Acro!

Mouse for adoption in Cheektowaga, New York - Acro
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I'm being cared for by:
Small Pets-Big Hearts

Facts about Acro

  • Species: Mouse
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Unknown
Acro was rescued from possibly becoming reptile food.
He is 2 months old ( as of September 2016)
He isn't used to being picked up or handled. But with time and paitiance, going slow with him. He has great potential of losing his shyness and fear.
He is currently located at the Petsmart store on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. You can meet him and adopt him there.

fill out an adoption application today - or e-mail or call 716-634-246


About Small Pets-Big Hearts

About Our Rescue Group...

Small Pets-Big Hearts, Inc. is a non-profit, all volunteer organization, dedicated to rescuing small exotic pets and placing them into forever homes. Our primary goal is to rescue guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, mice, rats, degus, ferrets, chinchillas, hedgehogs, sugar gliders, reptiles, and birds. We specialize in the care of disabled and/or special needs animals. We will also provide hospice for elderly pets, providing them comfort and love for their remaining life. We are a no-kill rescue; euthanasia will only be utilized upon veterinarian recommendation due to terminal illness and/or suffering. We will collaborate with local shelters, rescues, and veterinarians. All rescued animals will receive proper veterinary care. It is anticipated that with proper care and socialization, we will be able to place the majority of our rescued animals into new forever homes. To this end, we will educate new owners about the proper care for their pets and advise what veterinary services are available.

We are a home based rescue, this means we house the rescues within our home. We also have a foster home network, many of the rescues are fostered in homes all around the Western NY area. All rescues are seen by our veterinarian prior to being placed up for adoption. Anyone ill, injured or in need or treatment will receive it. We also have all male sugar gliders and rabbits spayed and neutered. We mainly go to Seneca Animal Hospital in East Aurora and we see either Dr.Tomaschke or Dr.Fijas. They are wonderful vets and their staff is fanastic! All rescues receive proper diet, housing, water, toys, enrichment and of course TLC. Through Petfinder and our adoption process, all rescues find loving homes. Once in a while a rescue may stay with us, they may not find their home, so they stay here within our family, or they have major health issues needing our attention and specialization. No matter what, each individual rescue is unique in our eyes, and deserving of happiness and love

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can fill out our adoption application before or after you contact us. Once you are approved we will then set up a day and and time that works for the both of us to meet the pet of interest. This is important for us and for you , because we do this from our home. Many times we may be at work, running errands or at an appointment. If you drop by without confirming a day and time with us, you may find out we are not here. We are still quite flexible and are more than willing to work within your schedule too. Then , once a day and time is set, we will meet. If you then fall helplessly in love and wish to adopt all that is left is an adoption form/contract to fill out and the adoption fee/donation. It is also helpful if you bring a carrier to bring your new companion home in. Again, we thank everyone who wishes to adopt

Our Adoption Process...

Please call us at (716)634-2462 or e-mail us at about adopting any of the rescues. We do tend to check our e-mail more often then phone messages , so we will probably get back to you faster through e-mailing. If you are looking to surrender a pet please contact us with the same phone number or e-mail address. We do not require a surrendering fee and we will not pass any judgement. We also do not ask any questions. We are understanding that things happen, and decisions need to be made. All we want is for the pet to remain safe and healthy , we will help with that and take care of finding a great, loving home.