1 year (estimate)
Living with Children:
A calm home with older children who are gentle and understanding
Living with Dogs/Cats:
I am looking for another Guinea Pig friend
Ideal Home Situation:
A calm home which allows me time to settle and grow in confidence
I require:
A companion guinea pig (male or female)

Meet Max, the handsome 1 year old guinea pig looking for a new friend.

Max came into our care after being found by the RSPCA with many other guinea pigs running loose in a flat, and was a very scared boy.

After some much needed love in his foster home, Max is feeling more confident and is ready to find his forever home and a new furry friend.

Max has a wonderful temperament, and although he may retreat into his hides at times, he readily accepts gentle handling and affection, enjoying head scratches and cuddles.

Max is a huge foodie, and is very good (and loud!) at wheeking to let you know it’s breakfast time as soon as he hears you come down in the morning and again when it’s time for his salad in the afternoon. He loves to forage in his enclosure for scattered pellets, and in his hay for treats. 

In a quiet, calm home, Max will come on leaps and bounds in confidence and let his lovely personality shine through. Max is looking to be rehomed with another male, or a group of female guinea pigs to keep him company.

Please note that any adopters would need to have appropriate measures in place to allow a bonding process to take place, and be happy to introduce Max to his new friends slowly. 

The appropriate accommodation size for two male guinea pigs, is 6ft by 2ft minimum. 

If you think you can offer Max the forever home he is looking for, with a furry friend to keep him company, let us know by completing his perfect match form below.

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