Happy Adopt-A-Rescued-Guinea Pig Month!! Ever wonder just what goes into caring for Guinea Pigs and other small pets? Can a small pet live safely with a dog or cat? What is an appropriate diet? or just what DOES their behavior mean? Well join us and find out! We will be holding a LIVE Small Animal Adoption and Care Q&A Thursday, March 28th 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST with Lisa Hutcheon, director of Canada’s Small Animal Rescue Society of BC. She will be available to answer any questions you have regarding small mammals.
How to participate:
- “Like” Petfinder on Facebook
- Visit our Facebook page Wednesday, March 28, from 12-1 p.m. ET
- Ask your questions about adopting guinea pigs, caring for hamsters or gerbils and more!
About Lisa Hutcheon:
Lisa has been in rescue for 12 years and co-founded Small Animal Rescue Society of BC in Burnaby with two other volunteers in 2004. The organization is 100% volunteer-run and has rehomed more than 1,630 small animals to date. Small Animal Rescue’s main purpose is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome any small animal in need, with priority given to sick, injured, neglected or abandoned animals. None of it could be done without the help of the group’s vets, donors, volunteers and supporters.