Auckland Cavy Care

Auckland Cavy Care

ACCR is a Guinea Pig Rescue based rescue in Auckland. We're a non-profit guinea pig rescue dedicated to rehoming guinea pigs and educating.


Our aim is to get Kiwis aware of better housing, diet and overall care for guinea pigs.

We take in un-wanted or homeless guinea pigs, they are given any needed vet treatment and de-sexed. Once healthy they are put up for adoption to a forever home.

The money you donate goes towards Vet treatment, de-sexing, food and hay.

Since being established in October 2012 we have had over 300 Guinea Pigs come into our care, where we have provided the necessary care, veterinary treatment & neutering.

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Auckland Cavy Care is a guinea pig rescue in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Pick up of 12 Guineas  14 January 2015

On the 10/01/12 we picked up 4 male and 8 female Guinea Pigs, they all were suffering from Lice, and were not in the best of conditions.

If it was not for the wonderful support you all have shown, and the donations, we wouldn't have been able to help out these 12 Guineas.

Please help us help them, by spreading the word, fostering, adopting or donating. We can't do this with-out your support!

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Cooper & Lily
Cooper & Lily 22 hours ago
Private Donor
Private Donor on 17 Nov 2023
Cooper & Lily
Cooper & Lily on 16 Nov 2023
LEE on 15 Nov 2023
Thank you for all the caring and hard work!
Samantha on 14 Nov 2023

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