Please note that there is a required minimum adoption donation of $30 for one, $50 for a pair, and $60 for a trio, as rescuing animals properly is an expensive endeavor. If spay or neuter procedure is needed prior to adoption, the cost of adopting one guinea pig is minimum $75.
It costs substantial amounts of money to provide the extensive care (day-to-day care, medications, emergency veterinary care, etc.) which most Guinea Pigs need after we rescue them.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS BELOW CAREFULLY. IF YOU CAN SEE YOURSELF RELINQUISHING A PET FOR ANY OF THESE REASONS, PLEASE DO NOT CONSIDER ADOPTING A PET. PLEASE CHECK EACH BOX PROVING YOU HAVE READ AND DO NOT CONSIDER ANY OF THESE AN ISSUE:
There are too many animals in the house already
Animal related allergies
You are moving and cannot take the guinea pigs with you
The cost of maintaining healthy guinea pigs is too much. (Average veterinary bill is $200+, please consider pet insurance)
House soiling issue
Inadequate facilities to raise guinea pigs
The guinea pig(s) does not get along with other pets
You get divorced or separated and no longer want the guinea pigs you had together
Child bored with the guinea pigs
Sheds too much
Too hard to care for
Not enough time
Having a baby
READ THIS BEFORE HITTING SUBMIT
Before you click submit, please note that ALL the questions on the adoption application must be answered, in order for it to submit. We recommend scrolling trough your application after you finish the questionnaire, so you can make sure that here are no red highlighted question boxes.
Once you have submitted the application, an ECC representative will contact you as soon as possible to confirm the receipt. If we do not do so within a day, your application may have not submitted.
If we have not yet communicated via email (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com), in regards to your present adoption application, please send us an email, letting us know of your adoption interest, so we may follow up with detailed information regarding said adoption.
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