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Orange County Cavy Haven Overview
The specific charitable purposes for which this corporation is organized are to provide temporary care for abandoned, neglected, and mistreated cavies while placing them in new homes, and to educate the public concerning their proper care. OCCH volunteers began rescuing guinea pigs in 2001 to fill a need left by the closing of the major guinea pig rescue in Los Angeles. A major activity of OCCH is public education.
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I became involved with Orange County Cavy Haven as an adopter - my husband and I adopted a pair of sisters (Lilly and May), and we were so touched and impressed by the care, time, and effort that went into the process (not to mention falling head over heels in love with guinea pigs!) that I wanted ...
I have had many interactions with OCCH. The volunteers have been so generous with their time and knowledge - I honestly would not have made it through my various "piggy crisis" without the help of OCCH. Their knowledge and love of all things "guinea pig" is unsurpassed. If u are thinking of ...
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I adopted my first guinea pigs from Cavy Haven several years ago. I was very pleased with the thoroughness of the application process and the attentiveness of the adoption counselor and foster from whom I picked up my pigs. I was new to guinea pigs and they stayed in touch with me and helped me ...
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