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  1. Rehoming Classifieds
    Buster is now ready to find his forever home. He is a wonderful neutered 5 year old male, with a fantastic personality and a loving nature. He is litter trained and in full health. Micro chipped (£15 covers the name transfer for the micro chip). Comes with a scratch hide, cat blanket, food and...
  2. Domestic & Exotics Classifieds
    Due to unforeseen circumstances this very friendly pair of Sugar Gliders are looking for a new “forever” home. Twin 13 month old male (neutered) and female need someone special who have done their research into sugar glider care and have the time and commitment to give to them; they come with...
  3. Domestic & Exotics Classifieds
    I have a male joey ready to leave NOW! He came out on the 4th November and is very friendly and affectionate, will climb out of the viv to come onto your hand. He is up for sale for 3 weeks only, and then if not sold, he will be neutered and kept back to pair up with his younger brother to be...
  4. Other Pets and Exotics
    Yep, this morning he was neutered picked him up at 4 this afternoon.. All seemed sucha good idea but man i feel so guilty now he is yelping and feeling sorry for himself i feel like such a bad mummy lol I know it's the best for the future, we never had an issue with the female dogs it was...
  5. Rehoming Classifieds
    long story short, i rescued this lady a few years ago from an appalling home and re-homed her with my aunty and uncle. they've now split & i've literally just had a phonecall to say the dog needs a new home. she was 4 when i rescued her which would make her 9 or 10 now, she's been neutered...
  6. Domestic & Exotics Classifieds
    After a lot of hard work and deliberation I've decided that it would be in Hobbes' best interests for him to find a new home, the RIGHT home! I purchased Hobbes at 7 months old back at the end of January. He was originally one of Seb Millers babies so he is a descented fellow. He was obese...
  7. Other Pets and Exotics
    my two unneutered males were living together quite happily then they started to fight a lot...i seperated them and have now got one booked to be neutered. Will i need to get them both neutered so they can live happily or will just the one being neutered be enough? Hollie x
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