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My name is Molly!

Guinea Pig for adoption in Harleysville, Pennsylvania - Molly
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I'm being cared for by:
Little Fur Ball Guinea Pig Rescue

Facts about Molly

  • Species: Guinea Pig
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
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Important Note

Molly is best friends with Macie. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Molly is a black and white American short haired female guinea pig. Although we do not have an exact age on her, the prev. owner's family told us she is about a 1 1/2 to 2 yrs old. Molly's prev owner is currently unable to care for her. A family member stepped up to try to help but financially this became a burden. Molly was recently mistakenly housed in a cage with a male and is possibly pregnant. The family member told us, Molly has already had a litter at 8 months old. She is on pregnancy watch until Dec 15, 2016. She is a very affectionate girl. She is a super awesome girl, She loves to give kisses. She doesn't mind being held. She has been thoroughly enjoying green leaf lettuce, green peppers, cucumbers, apples, oranges, and dandelion greens (loves them). Molly does "wheek" when she hears the lettuce bags crinkling or if she wants attention however it is not annoying. She does get along with other guinea pigs. She will not be adopted to anyone who has a male guinea pig tho. She has had enough litters. If she is pregnant, this will be her last litter.
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About Little Fur Ball Guinea Pig Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Little Fur Ball Guinea Pig is a small all volunteer rescue and sanctuary for aging and/or medically un-adoptable guinea pigs. We have a handful of fosters homes mostly located in Montgomery County, PA. We do our best to rescue as many guinea pigs from high-kill shelters as we can. We also take in unwanted guinea pigs from the local community when we have the room to do so. Sometimes, we will take in super urgent bunnies and hamsters (when we have the space to do so). Guinea pigs are loving little animals that make great pets. So many are waiting in shelters for new homes. We work hard to help as many as we can. If you would like to foster a guinea pig for us, please email us. We will provide the cage, water bottle, dish and hut. Our rescue solely operates on donations, for those of you who would like to donate, please email our rescue and we can set up a place and time to meet to pick up any donations. We really appreciate any donation. Thank you in advance.

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you see a guinea pig that you would like to meet and/or adopt, email us so we can set up a date and a time at a public location.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process is done by email. We will email the adoption application. Once the application is reviewed and approved, we will set up a date and time at a public location to complete the adoption. At that time, we require an Adoption Contract to be signed. Our adoption donations are discussed at the time of the application. IF we have spare cages and accessories, they will also be included with adoption. If we do not have spare cages, the adopter must purchase before the adoption is complete.