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NOLA Chinchilla Rescue - Louisiana Chapter

Facts about Bea & Rose

  • Species: Chinchilla
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 81 & 82
  • Hair: Unknown

My name is Bea & Rose!

Chinchilla for adoption in Avondale, Louisiana - Bea & Rose
Photo 1 - Chinchilla for adoption in Avondale, Louisiana - Bea & Rose
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Bea & Rose's Info...

I am a special needs pet.

Bea & Rose's Story...
These two females were pretty wild and from poor conditions when they came to a foster home. They are improving and are ready to be considered for adoption by a loving, patient home. From their foster mom: "Jan 12 /12 I had several break throughs with the girls tonight. They actually came out of the cage while I was in the room. They played hard and even climbed on me. Rose, the shy one, turned out to be a pop corn champ. Bea gave me some whisker kisses." Bea & Rose have been to the vet and are healthy. Rose does have teeth issues which require a vet visit every 2 months to have a spike on a tooth removed. The is no indication of other problems with malo. A donation of $75 is requested as an adoption fee. For more information, please see our website: www.nolachinchillarescue.org **Pet Only! Not For Breeding** **Home Visit Required** **21+ To Adopt**
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About NOLA Chinchilla Rescue - Louisiana Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a private group of chinchilla owners providing education to owners, fostering unwanted chinchillas and offering consultation and rescue services to humane societies and shelters.

Come Meet Our Pets...

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Our Adoption Process...

Clients are required to educate themselves as to the care and special requirements of becoming a chinchilla's companion. Habitat requirements include a large (2x2x4) plastic free cage, a 14-16" exercise wheel and an air conditioned environment (<72F).