Following are links to some of my very favorite web sites. It's no secret that I consider GuineaLynx.com to be one of the very best guinea pig web sites out there, both for the detailed accurate common-sense information and the wonderful printed items available. The other sites have products I can't live without, as a guinea pig rescuer and as a pet owner. I am fortunate to know the gals running these web sites personally. They are smart, compassionate and very conscientious about what they do. All of them are dedicated to improving the lives of animals by creating premium quality products. All of them support, and are involved with, animal rescue.
Kleenmama's Hayloft: Fresh delicious premium quality guinea pig pellets in timothy or alfalfa formula. Some of the very nicest hay I've seen, timothy and bluegrass as well as alfalfa and occasionally orchard grass. Not only do my guinea pigs go nuts when I open a new box of hay, but so do my cats. They love burrowing into the hay, chewing on the hay, scattering the hay. Big entertainment for all! Guinea pigs have far less health problems when fed exceptional food like this.
Mmmm, Big savors the smell of fresh new hay.
Sewing 4 A Cause: When it comes to making pet blankets, beds, "houses", toys, etc. - Becky is a Fabric Goddess! She is a talented designer and seamstress, her products are lovely and well made. Sometimes Becky can use special fabric or designs to help make life more comfortable for animals with chronic health issues. Check out the web site to see all the cool fun things available for guinea pigs and other small pets, as well as for dogs and cats. Whenever I place an order for cage blankets (sooooo much better than loose bedding!) I have to get something for my cats. They've come to expect it and get as excited to open our Sewing 4 A Cause packages as I do.
Peaches loves trying out the new cage blankets.
Guinea Lynx - Cavy Health Care Online: Great web site for detailed information on a large variety
of cavy care and health topics. Guinea Lynx puts out an excellent
guinea pig "owners manual" called Cavy Health Record
Book. This little book is packed full of common sense tips, as
well as helpful and important information on guinea pig care
and health. It is very reasonably priced. I feel every owner
and his guinea pig(s) would benefit from this book. For details
and ordering information go to: www.guinealynx.info/record_book.html
Guinea Lynx also puts out one of the cutest
guinea pig calendars I've seen. Pictures are selected from many
submitted by proud owners, most of them regulars on the GuineaLynx
Forums messageboard. Not only are the pictures adorable, but
the clever captions for each month are great for smiles and laughs.
For information on ordering the calendar, you can go to: www.guinealynx.info/calendar.html
Taz and Stewie are cornered! What would a GL pig do?
For many links to other guinea pig rescues and animal shelters please check out my Adoptions section. I have information and referrals there to help you adopt a rescued guinea pig and take good proper care of it. Adoptions