Alittlebitiffy Animal Sanctuary

  Bringing big hope to little animals

george & sarge

Currently unavailable due to health concerns

a little bit about them

George (top), also affectionately called Boss, is a very dominant, 'I must be in charge' kind of pig. At approximately 2-3 years of age, George is large, proud, and ready to strut his stuff 24/7!. He's loud, happy and energetic, but despite his independent personality George can be nervous of loud noises and rapid movements, but he still enjoys seeing you go about your day. He deserves a calm and quiet home, with his cage preferably set up in an area where he can watch you while still avoiding loud noises such as the TV or kitchen appliances.


Sarge (below) was born in the home of our foster carer on the 22nd of September, 2017. Once weaned, he was trialed with George and we're pleased to say that he took to his new big brother with no hesitation! Sarge follows George everywhere and looks to him for guidance. George gives Sarge the confidence to play, try new foods, explore new beds and meet new people. Being a young guinea pig, Sarge is typically shy and timid. He deserves a family with the patience to let him learn to trust on his own time.
 George
 Sarge
 D.O.B
 Approximately 2-3 years
 22nd September, 2017
 Gender
 Boar (entire)
 Boar (entire)
 Breed
 American short hair
 Abyssinian cross
 Colour
 Black, gold and white
 White with dark patch

ready to adopt?

George and Sarge are available for adoption to a non-breeding, quiet, indoor home with no or older children, with supervised time in a secure outdoors enclosure when the weather permits. A minimum floor space of 10.5 square feet (a 2x4 C&C cage) is required, though the more space you can provide the better it is for play and exercise.


Their diet should consist of high quality grass hay available to them 24/7 for unlimited grazing, 1/8th of a cup of high quality pellets (such as Vetafarm or Oxbow) per pig, per day, and one cup of fresh vegetables per pig, per day. Please avoid mixes containing seeds and "coloured bits", which are incredibly unhealthy and can be a choking hazard. Do not feed any meat or dairy products, these can be fatal to guinea pigs. A list of safe fruits and vegetables can be found at www.happycavy.com.


The pair will take some time to trust new people, and until then they'll be a little shy and timid at their new home. Their new family must be gentle, patient and understanding of their needs.

adoption fee: $40.00

their adoption fee includes their pre-adoption vet check, mite and lice treatment, bath, groom and nail trim
If you would like to bring George and Sarge into your home and heart, please click below to submit an Adoption Enquiry form.