Doris – Adopted!

Posted in Adopted! at 6:14 PM by Lori

Darling Doris is living it up with her new friend Blackie in a wonderful home! Congratulations to everyone!

Doris is a sweet adolescent guinea pig who is very neat and tidy. She is quite social and talks to you when she hears you come home and especially when she hears the refrigerator door being opened! She likes to be held and will even fall asleep on your chest if you support her. Doris particularly loves romaine lettuce, cilantro, and parsley, but she will eat anything green. She has been living in an adult foster home and any guinea pig savvy person would clearly see just how special and fun she is.

To learn more about living with guinea pigs, please visit Guinea Lynx. Cavy Cages has great info on housing.

We only adopt to homes where an adult will be the primary caretaker and the guinea pig will be a family pet. Please be aware that guinea pigs are not inexpensive- their needs for fresh food, bedding, hay, and veterinary care can be as much or more than for a rabbit. They are not recommended for families with children younger than 6.

If you are interested in giving Doris a safe and loving home for all of her 5 – 7 years (or more!), please contact us here at Friendly Farms.


It’s Adopt A Rescued Rabbit Month!

Posted in New news! at 5:07 PM by Lori

Malibu is a friendly boy waiting for a loving home at Salinas Animal Services.

February is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month! We will have a table at the Del Monte Center Petco this Saturday, Feb. 25, from 1 – 4 pm. Stop by with your questions about living with a house rabbit, or just to pet one of the adorable shelter rabbits we will have with us!

Lovely Molly is looking forward to a new life with a family who will love her forever! Will she win your heart?



Posted in The Friendly Farms Crew at 9:54 PM by Lori

Simon is one of the 75 bunnies who were abandoned in the Marina Dunes area of Monterey County. He is a healthy, active little boy who is looking forward to having a home with lots of room he can run in, and a bunny girlfriend to spend his days with.

Are you thinking of adopting? The House Rabbit Society website has the information new bunny parents need to get started, plus pages on all kinds of rabbit-related topics for those who have lived with bunnies for many years.

Contact us here at Friendly Farms if you are interested in adopting this adorable boy.