Gerbils

Thank you for your interest in adopting a gerbil! Below are our gerbil adoption policy and the gerbils currently in our care.

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Gerbils Looking for Homes

  • Maus

    Name: Maus
    Species: Gerbil
    Sex: Male – Neutered
    Age: 1.5 yrs
    Status: Available for bonding with another gerbil

    Maus came into our care in May along with Renn, who later gave birth to 2 babies. We had Maus castrated with the hopes of reintroducing him to Renn, but unfortunately bonding attempts have been unsuccessful so we are now looking for a home with a new friend for Maus.

    Maus can live with a single male or female gerbil and will need to be introduced via the split tank method. We can carry this out at the rescue or provide support and advice for those wishing to bond at home.

    Maus is a friendly boy who will take food from hands and is fine to handle once caught.

    Update 13/09/21 – Maus is once again looking for a friend/home as an attempted bond with a similar age intact male was unsuccessful.

    Housing requirements: Tank size of 100cm l x 50cm w x 40cm d.

  • Renn

    Name: Renn
    Species: Gerbil
    Sex: Female
    Age: 1.5 yrs
    Status: Available for adoption – to bond with another single gerbil

    Renn came into our care in May and later gave birth to two babies. She finished her mothering duties and we did attempt to reintroduce her to her now neutered male partner but unfortunately this was unsuccessful so she is now looking for a home with a new friend.

    Renn can live with a single female or neutered male gerbil and will need to be introduced via the split tank method. This can be carried out here at the rescue, or support and advice can be given for adopters wishing to bond at home.

    Renn is very friendly and easy to handle!

    Housing requirements: Tank size of 100cm l x 50cm w x 40cm d.