Mice

Neutered Male Mice

Species: Fancy mice
Sex: Male (neutered)
Age: Born approx 09/09/21
Status: William, Oliver & Ronny – Reserved. Jerry, Crumb & Tofu – available for adoption!
Adoption fee: Minimum donation of £60 for the group of 6/£40 for a trio/£30 for a pair (to join one or more existing mice). Each mouse cost us £98 to neuter.

If you’ve ever tried to take a group photo of young mice you’ll know how hard it is to come away with anything decent, so apologies for the terrible photos, but these 6 neutered boys are ready to find their forever home(s)!

William is the beigey coloured boy, and the brown boys are Oliver, Ronny, Jerry, Crumb and Tofu. They were born around 9th September 2021 and came into our care at just a few days old.

They can either be adopted as a group of 6, in trios, or as pairs if joining at least one existing mouse. As they’re neutered they can join female mice or other neutered male mice – we are happy to bond mice for adopters here or can provide advice and support for those wishing to bond at home.

All the boys are typical young speedy mice and are currently not that keen on being handled, but they are a lot of fun and in our experience most mice become tamer over time.

If adopted as a group of 6 they’ll need a minimum housing size of 100x50cm. For up to 4 mice, we will accept 80x50cm but of course bigger is always better!

Hamsters

Male Syrians

Species: Syrian hamster
Sex: Male
Age: Born approx 21st October
Status: Bhuna – RESERVED.
Balti – RESERVED
Korma – RESERVED

Madras – Available for adoption

These lovely boys were surrendered to us with their mother and sister, having been born after their previous human took both mum and dad in from a facebook ad. Unfortunately the boys weren’t separated from the females at the appropriate time, so both their sister and mum are currently on pregnancy watch, however the boys will, all being well, be good to leave for their new homes once they have passed their minimum monitoring period with us (and have grown up a bit more!).

They are all quite tame and ok with calm handling, but potential adopters are reminded that hamsters are prey animals and as such may not always appreciate being picked up and cuddled, and generally don’t make good “pets” for children.

Housing requirements: 100x50cm minimum on one level, plenty of safe substrate for burrowing in, a 28cm or larger wheel and ideally a multichamber hide.