Sunday, November 18, 2012


Hello everyone...I need to keep on top of the blog, so here's what's been happening since I put up the new pictures: We have a pregnant female, Marceline, who is due any day now. Someone is interested in adopting two females for Christmas, but obviously, we will not know the sexes of the babies until they're a couple weeks old. Pascal and Kisses' adoption is pending, which leaves their dad, Sigmund. He is the black and white crested (more white than black), and he will still be available for adoption. We just had two males returned; they were adopted out as babies a year and a half ago. Angus is a brown and white silkie; his brother Moo Moo is a black and white Peruvian. They MUST be adopted together. They are really beautiful, but both have long hair that will require regular grooming. I have had to turn a lot of people away in the last couple weeks, and there are a LOT of guinea pigs on Craigslist right now. Normally I would try to contact some of the owners, but right now I cannot take on any more. If you are a Time Warner customer and get YNN on Demand, check out Pet Pointers with Lisa Chelenza. She came out to the farm to film a segment on us, which is full of useful information about guinea pigs.

Monday, November 5, 2012


I must apologize for the VERY long absence from this blog.  We have a Facebook page that has taken off astronomically, and I didn't realize until now that I have not updated this page in six months, which is unacceptable.

This has been a very busy year, mostly with taking in guinea pigs as opposed to adopting them out.  We've lost a few of our older ones and welcomed some new fact, we have a pregnant female who is due any day now.  We are also welcoming Lisa Chelenza from YNN news, who is doing a segment for Pet Pointers with us this Wednesday (not sure when it will be broadcast but I will let everyone know).

I am going to put up some more pictures of adoptables and update the list...again, very sorry.  Our link will be in the news story so I want everything to be current.  Thank you all for your patience.